Radio 1’s Charlie Hedges breaks down in tears as her baby’s dad spends ‘quality time’ with tot | The Sun

RADIO 1 star Charlie Hedges broke down in tears as she left her baby for the first time.

The DJ, who gave birth to a little girl called Summer-Rose earlier this month, treated herself to a massage but struggled being apart from her.

She told her followers: “Left the house for an hour today to have a little massage…cried when I got there, so weird being away from bubba.

“But so glad I did it, good for both of us and for daddy to have some time to himself with her alone too.”

Charlie revealed her exciting baby news with partner Lee a couple of weeks ago, telling fans: “'Soul of my Soul, And God created Woman' Our beautiful Summer-Rose was born Saturday 13th August 2022. Life is complete.

“AND… she was born to…. in true Dance Anthems style….Calvin Harris – Summer!!!! Literally as the tune drops she arrives into the world.”

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Charlie first announced her baby news in March on the radio.

As Greg James asked her to share some good news with him, Charlie dropped the bombshell: "I'm having a baby."

As the music cut, a stunned Greg replied: "You… what are you talking about?"

"You're having a baby! Are you joking? What are you talking about?"

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Charlie then stood up to show off her bump, and said: "I'm having a baby Greg! Surprise!"

Charlie hosted the KISS FM Breakfast Show for 10 years with Rickie Haywood-Williams and Melvin Odoom, and the trio are known as simply Rickie, Melvin and Charlie.

In 2018, they moved over to the BBC to replace Charlie Sloth's mid-evening slot, before moving to mid-morning.

She also presented Saturday Dance Anthems before going on maternity leave.

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