Jordan Banjo says doctors almost put fiancée Naomi Courts into induced coma due to sepsis – EXCLUSIVE

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Jordan Banjo has spoken out about the dire state his fiancée Naomi Courts was in after getting sepsis twice following the birth of their second child Mimi.

The Diversity star, who recently got engaged to his long-term partner as he popped the question on a romantic Maldives getaway, spoke exclusively to OK! Online about the horrific experience of watching his wife-to-be stuck in the hospital for "the better half a of month".

The 27 year old explained: "When she [Mimi] was born it was a little bit complicated because my partner Na wasn't too well.

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"So from literally the minute she was born, within 10 minutes Mimi was in my arms and Na was being checked. So from the get go, Mimi was attached to me straight away.

"To be fair, when Cassius was first born I felt so out of my depth. I feel like a lot of new dads do to be fair."

Jordan, who recently opened up on parenting advice his The Greatest Dancer co-stars Alesha Dixon and Cheryl gave him, went on to talk about how quickly his other half fell ill after they welcomed their daughter.

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He said: "After six weeks after Mimi was born Na went into hospital, she had sepsis twice. She spent the better half of a month in hospital because she got really really ill really quickly.

"Na is okay now. I won't lie, at one point we were in hospital and it was a little bit touch and go. They were talking about, particularly, induced comas and stuff like that."

The star went on to praise Naomi as he said: "Na was in a really tough spot but she came back from hospital and within a week she was like, 'You need to go back to work, you need to do this and you need to do that.' As much as I take the Mick, I've got nothing but respect for her.

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"I think everything has kind of found it's level now. Having young kids is hard for any parent, but I feel like we've found a balance."

Jordan then spoke about Cadbury's Heroes League gaming tournament, which has been launched in an attempt to bring families closer together amid the coronavirus pandemic.

"So I'm going to be training my mum [how to game], which should be a very very funny experience.

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"It's an incredible thing to be a part of, because obviously who doesn't love Cadbury's, but secondly, it's more a case of I love the whole message behind it about bringing people together.

"This year hasn't exactly been the best for anyone if we're being honest. So to be a part of something where it feels like we're bringing people closest in our lives together, it feels like a really nice thing."

Jordan Banjo is taking part in the Cadbury Heroes League, a new gaming tournament where he will train his mum to compete against other parents. For the chance to connect with your family over gaming and Cadbury Heroes, visit the Cadbury Instagram page or watch the tournament on Twitch on 14th November.

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