Rachael Stirling's intimate pregnancy worries

Rachael Stirling

Rachael Stirling is worried about her ''va ju ju'' after giving birth.
The 'Tipping the Velvet' actress is expecting her first child with husband Guy Garvey and the Elbow frontman revealed the sonographer, who conducted an ultrasound to ensure everything is OK with the unborn tot warned her their baby already looks like he or she has inherited his own large head.
Guy said: ''I'm gonna be a dad soon. We were having a scan. Everything is fine. The head's a bit big.
''My wife said, 'I want my va ju ju back after this.' The nice Eastern European sonographer said, 'You shouldn't have picked him.' Happy days.''
Rachael - who is the daughter of actress Diana Rigg and theatre producer Archibald Stirling - met Guy at a wedding in summer 2015, and it was her who proposed marriage a year ago, much to the surprise of the 'One Day Like This' hitmaker.
He said: ''She asked me. February 29. We were walking across a bridge in London and she'd grafittied it with 'MARRY ME' in big letters. On the floor.
''I hadn't noticed it because I was in the middle of a rant about the NHS. I was smoking a rollie and she said, 'Oh look, how romantic.' I said yes immediately.
''I think marriage is incredibly romantic. Because it's not necessary any more.''
To prepare for the birth of their baby, Guy, 42, has been watching docuseries 'One Born Every Minute' and admits he can't help but cry when he sees the proud parents welcoming their children into the world.
He said: ''I've been watching 'One Born Every Minute'. I tell you what, Jimmy Stewart [in 'It's A Wonderful Life'] has got f**k-all on those women for making me cry. F***ing hell, the humanity.''
The 'Grounds for Divorce' hitmaker loves going drinking with his friends but is aware that will change when his baby arrives and it's a sacrifice he's more than ready to make.
He told Q magazine: ''I'm aware this period of my life is coming to a close. I'll just cherish it all the more when I get the opportunity. I can't wait. I'm already composing ditties, already looking forward to having somebody's bum in my hand, over my shoulder.''