Is Joanna Page Pregnant? Wales-born actress and presenter Joanna Louise Page is better known by her stage name Joanna Page. She played Stacey Shipman in the BAFTA-winning television program Gavin & Stacey. In the 1999 dramatization of David Copperfield, she also played Dora Spenlow.
Additionally, in 2003’s Love, a romantic comedy, she played Just Judy. She and Melanie Sykes co-host the BBC One general audience program Shop Well for Less at the moment.
However, On the internet rumors about the actress’s pregnancy have been going around. Continue reading till the end of this article, to learn more about her struggles after pregnancy and to learn the truth behind the fifth pregnancy rumors.
Is Joanna Page Pregnant? Expecting or Rumor?
No, Joanna Page is not pregnant. The actress Joanna Page’s social media accounts and the internet don’t include any official information about the actress’s pregnancy. We can therefore be certain that Page’s pregnancy rumors are untrue.
Page and her husband James Thornton already have four kids. James was formerly an actor in Emmerdale.
In 2003, James and Joanna got married. Joanna has four kids in total—two daughters, Eva and Boe, and two sons, Kit and Noah—all with her spouse James Thornton.
Joanna and James had their youngest boy in December 2016, and at the time they posted pictures of him on social media. In August 2021, she and her husband James shared the news that they were expecting their fourth child.
From Joy to Challenges: Joanna Page Opens Up About Life After Welcoming Her Fourth Baby
Joanna Page has acknowledged that she afterward regretted the “impulsive” decision she made to have her tubes cut to have more children. After giving birth to her fourth child, she decided to get the surgery.
However, after making the choice, the actress realized she regretted it and yearned for another child.
Joanna admitted she would adore a fifth kid, but she believes it would not be fair to her other children and that she is too old. Joanna expressed her feelings about the fifth child in an interview with Woman & Home magazine:
“When I was having my third, my obstetrician asked me about contraception plans and I said, ‘I’m having a baby, I’ll probably not have sex forever’. After Boe, the same obstetrician asked again and I’m quite impulsive so I said, ”OK, you can cut my tubes’.”
“Then, last month, as soon as I had my first period, I thought, ‘What a waste! I want another baby’. Deep down, I know that should be it. I’m too old now and it’s not fair on the others, but it’s the finality.”
James, her husband, has also stated that he is not keen on having the treatment reversed.
According to the NHS, female sterilization is a procedure that effectively ends pregnancy. With a 99% success rate, the fallopian tubes are closed or sealed to stop the eggs from contacting the sperm and fertilizing.
However, it is difficult to reverse, and NHS funding for such procedures is infrequent.