Beyoncé reveals her baby's heart 'paused a few times' in the womb

Cape Town – Beyoncé has shared more details about having an emergency caesarean section when she delivered her twins in June 2017.

The Apeshit hitmaker previously revealed details about her complicated birthing experience in a candid interview with Vogue magazine.

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In her new Netflix special, Homecoming, Bey not only showcases the gruelling hours she put into her epic performance at Coachella in 2018, she also shares details about her private life, too.

Not only was she 218 pounds (98.8kg) and was swollen from toxemia - a potentially dangerous pregnancy complication characterised by high blood pressure – when she gave birth, but Beyoncé further revealed that one of the twins' heart stopped while in the womb.

According to Daily Mail, Queen B shares more about how she almost lost one of her babies and how having the emergency C-section motivated her to work hard and make a great comeback in fears that she would never be the same.

"I had an extremely difficult pregnancy. I had high blood pressure, I developed toxemia - preeclampsia - and in the womb, one of my babies' heartbeat paused a few times, so I had to get an emergency c-section," Bey explains in the doccie.

WATCH THE TRAILER FOR HOMECOMMING HERE: