Alice Campello Moratas wife tells Verissimo about the birth I

Alice Campello, Morata’s wife, tells Verissimo about the birth: “I had one hemorrhage and 17 transfusions”

by Salvatore Riggio

The influencer speaks about the difficulties he had a few days ago when little Bella was born: After the birth I lifted the blanket and there was a lot of blood. I had 17 transfusions. They put a balloon in my uterus, I risked a lot

The fear was high, but now Alice Campello, the Venice-born influencer and wife of Alvaro Morata, is doing fine. A few days ago she gave birth to Bella, her first daughter after three boys. But after giving birth, she had several complications, so she ended up in the intensive care unit of the Clinica Universidad de Navarra. It was her husband, a former Juventus striker, who broke the news. Now Alice Campello told Verissimo: It is a life lesson, she repeated several times. A real drama: I practically did not see the little girl. I saw her for a second and then I never saw her again. When I woke up I didn’t have the strength, I was very weak. There are many things that Alvaro told me but I was shocked, I couldn’t remember. Today I feel very sensitive and I still feel good and happy, very happy. I realized how many people love me and have prayed for me.

It should be a happy day for a new birth, it threatened to become a tragedy: Alvaro was destroyed. Every once in a while I texted him to keep him quiet, he texted me which made me realize how lucky I am. He was so close to me, he gave me great love. The world would have collapsed on him and he would have had a life lesson tattooed with little Bella’s date of birth. Alvaro and my parents lived badly. Even my brother after seeing Bella took the plane back and on the plane they texted him what was going on and he couldn’t get off. But now only joy about the arrival of the first daughter: I look at her and still can’t believe it. Can’t, I wanted it so bad. first girl after three guys, i deserve it. I’m so happy. As a child I dreamed of becoming a mother, I would say I made it. I am 28 years old and have four children.

And once again: the caesarean section went well, the most beautiful birth, but the problem came later. When I walked out with the baby still in my arms, I got sick at some point. I lifted the covers and saw massive bleeding. an image I have in my head. My concern was for Alvaro, I saw him turn white. If I’m sick, he’s sick. From then on I don’t remember anything. I fell asleep at 10 a.m. and woke up at 10 p.m. and was in the operating room. Now I’m imagining them, the people who love me, who have made everything up in these hours. I saw my father trying very hard for the first time, my mother was devastated. stayed with me in Madrid for 15 days and it helped me a lot.

An endless time of pain and fear: I had 17 blood transfusions, the bleeding would not stop. She was very tall, but gradually decreased in size. And the doctors tried to stop her. In these hours they did not succeed. The ideas were slowly running out. They inserted a balloon into my uterus and waited until 2:00 p.m. the next day. If the bleeding hadn’t stopped they would have had to take it from me or I would have died. Now I see things differently. The children had the sensitivity to understand what happened even if we didn’t explain it to them. They ask me every three seconds if I’m okay. why happened I don’t want to say wrong things. The uterus didn’t contract and caused a huge hemorrhage. But it seemed like an easier thing then it wouldn’t stop instead.

January 28, 2023 (change January 28, 2023 | 18:50)