Cornwall sisters Jade and Georgia have welcomed newborns during the lockdown after what Jade described as an 'emotional rollercoaster'.
The pair had planned to go through the birthing process together by attending antenatal classes together and taking part in a 'sisters' bump photoshoot'.
But the coronavirus outbreak caused all their plans to fall through.
Jade and her fiancé Michael own Bay Holiday Home Management, based in Newquay, as well as a pop-up café chain ‘Palm Bay’.
Both businesses are currently closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak. And preparing to give birth during the pandemic brought its own challenges.
The couple stayed in hospital for days after their scan to check on the health of the baby.
Earlier this month Jade's sister Georgia was admitted to hospital.
The guidelines surrounding birthing partners had just been introduced and she was told on arrival to the hospital that her partner Dave, couldn’t enter with her.
He was eventually able to return once Georgia's labour was established, and eventually Georgia gave birth to a little girl, named Scarlett.
Although Jade was due at approximately the same time, she went into labour ten days past her due date.
She added "Thankfully, my pregnancy was low-risk, meaning we could continue with our plans for a home water birth, which I’d done once before with my second child, Harley."
Watch Grace Pascoe's report below