CALLY Jane Beech has revealed that she has received her placenta pills a few days after giving birth.
Not only that, the new mum has had the special organ turned into a balm and skin cream.
Taking to Instagram to share a video update, the 25-year-old couldn’t resist showing off her goodies from Placenta Plus.
In a message to her 325k Twitter followers, the former Miss Great Britain said: “I’ve just got my capsules, balm and skin cream from Placenta Plus.
“I hope that these will help with my recovery, I’m sure they will.”
She continued,: “I’ve been desperately waiting to get my hands on them. I just want to get back to normal as soon as possible, especially when you haven’t had the best birth.
“But I am trying and again I just wanted to say ‘thank you’ to everybody who follows me on my Instagram.
“You’ve been amazing and supportive so thank you.”
According to the Placenta Plus website, some of the benefits from taking the capsules include: “A boost in energy levels, faster recovery from birth and increased iron levels, plus, increased and enriched milk supply.”
They also claim to help with antenatal depression.
During the clip Cally also described giving birth to her and boyfriend Luis Morrison’s daughter Vienna as “the best and worst experience of my life.”
She elaborated on this further in another social media update.
In it, Cally called for a change to current labour procedures.
She explained: “Just wanted to say Hull women’s at Children hospital midwifes and student nurses was absolutely fantastic with me from the moment I went into labour couldn’t be more grateful they never left my side.
“However I can’t get something off my brain and I need to say I definitely do not agree with today’s labour procedures at all.
“A woman knows her own body and if I didn’t listen to mine my labour result could have been a whole lot worse and I’ve thought about this every time I look at my baby.”
She added: “I find it actually upsetting to talk about my labour with my mum and Luis who had to experience it with me and that’s really sad at such a special time,” (sic).
Vienna’s arrival marks the first ever Love Island baby. She was born at 2.30am on Sunday (May 7) weighing 5lbs 9.
Her parents first met when competing in the first series of the ITV2 show in 2015.