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Steph McGovern is back on our screens in her new daytime Channel 4 series Steph’s Packed Lunch. Amid her return, the TV presenter has spoken candidly of suffering night terrors that have worsened since the arrival of her daughter last year.
What is the name of Steph’s daughter?
Steph is very private with her life away from the screen and as such has kept her daughters name private.
She has previously spoken of why she prefers to keep her life out of the public eye.
She told The Telegraph: “I work in the media, I know the importance of keeping certain things private.
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“As soon as you become a presenter on BBC Breakfast you become part of people’s lives.”
The presenter added: “They think they know you and just come up and talk.”
Steph gave birth to her daughter back in November of last year.
At the time she tweeted: “Well hello world, just surfaced to let you know that we now have a daughter!
“Born on Monday morning just as @BBCBreakfast was wrapping up.
“We’re all fine and dandy. Just getting used to the eau de sick/poo I am now regularly wearing. #babylife”
Steph has since spoken candidly on suffering night terrors saying they have become more “vivid” since the arrival of her daughter.
Talking to The Sun, she said: “I don’t ever actually feel stressed, but the way it manifests in me is at night. I have crazy dreams and awful night terrors.
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“As I’ve got older, they have become more vivid. And since having a baby, I will regularly wake up and think I’ve lost her.”
Steph added: “I imagine she’s in bed with me and I’ve dropped her, or I’ve lost her.
“Quite a few times, my partner has found me on the floor scrabbling around under things or in cupboards, looking for the baby.
“I’m asleep — my brain isn’t working enough to know she actually is there, because I’m looking at things and I’m not seeing what’s really there.
“I’m just seeing whatever my brain is tricking me into.”
Steph’s Packed Lunch continues tomorrow on Channel 4 at 12.30pm
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