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Charlotte Crosby says you see 'every part of the birth' of daughter in brand-new BBC Series

Charlotte Crosby has revealed that viewers of her new BBC Three show will see 'every part of the birth' of her daughter Alba Jean when watching.

The 32-year-old former Geordie Shore star has seen a large portion of her life filmed by Chatterbox Media over the last year - for her new show Charlotte in Sunderland, which debuts February 1.

The show follows Charlotte around her hometown of Sunderland and will highlight some major events in her life, including the birth of her daughter in October and the difficult moment she found out her mum had been diagnosed with breast cancer.

Read more: Charlotte Crosby to star in new BBC Three series showing her 'real life in Sunderland'

And taking to Instagram to chat with her 8.4million followers, Charlotte has revealed that viewers of the brand-new programme will see every part of the birth of her child with beau Jake Ankers.

Answering a fan's question on the stories section of her account, Charlotte penned: "You see every part of the birth!!!! I've had a few comments like 'did I find it strange having cameras in the delivery room?!?'.

"But in all honesty, for the last 12 years I've had the cameras with me non-stop, for me it would feel really strange if they wern't there!!!! Capturing such a huge moment in my life!!!

"I'm so glad that the whole birth was filmed. I feel so lucky to one day be able to show Alba her birth. I get that some people find that bizarre but I wouldn't have it any other way."

Charlotte then detailed how she loves sharing her story with her fans and followers, and that she is 'so grateful' that she still has people tuning into her journey.

She added: "I love sharing every ounce of my life with you all and I feel so grateful that so many of you are still loving watching my journey. I'm so passionate about my job and my job happens to be my life.

"This is gunna be my favourite ep on #CharlotteInSunderland I do wonder how much they sure whether you will see my internal organs LMAO. That will really mean on this show you see more of me than ever before bahahahahahaha."

Charlotte in Sunderland airs February 1 on BBC Three. Will you be tuning in?

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