A pregnant news anchor’s water broke during a live broadcast on air and she managed to maintain composure through the entire period.
Somehow, she manages to carry on calmly (Picture: NBC)
A video has shown the moment a pregnant news anchor’s water broke live on air.
Natalie Pasquarella, of NBC’s News 4, let out a nervous giggle as the crew spoke about Twitter extending its character count.
She carried on the broadcast like a trooper and alerted her colleagues as soon as it ended. The show’s executive producer and others at 30 Rockefeller Plaza helped get her to a hospital where she met her husband.
She gave birth to Jamin James Pastore following 13 hours of labor.
Natalie gave birth to her baby after the ideal
Natalie posted a photo on Twitter (ironically) and wrote: ‘A beautiful blessing decided to make his entrance early! Thankful for all of the well wishes. Our hearts are full!’
Reliving the incident, her colleague told viewers: ‘That little giggle, that laugh, was the moment Natalie’s water broke live on this set, live on air. As a true professional though, Natalie calmly finished the new cast and then she went to the hospital.
‘He could just not wait to get here and meet Natalie and her husband. He arrived a bit early, weighing five pounds and six ounces.
‘So congratulations to Natalie, we think he is just perfect.’ Another anchor added ‘that’s the best news we’ve have on here for a long time’, which is totally believable.