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Bridget going into labour in a tent at a music festival was one of <i>Neighbours</i>' most unsual births. With trusty Dr Karl Kennedy giving help over the phone, Bridget (played by Eloise Mignon) laboured with the support of her friends, a St Johns Ambulance festival volunteer, and partner Declan (James Sorensen). Baby India was born with the cord around her neck, but eventually all were fine. Phew.

Bridget going into labour in a tent at a music festival was one of Neighbours' most unsual births. With trusty Dr Karl Kennedy giving help over the phone, Bridget (played by Eloise Mignon) laboured with the support of her friends, a St Johns Ambulance festival volunteer, and partner Declan (James Sorensen). Baby India was born with the cord around her neck, but eventually all were fine. Phew.

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