I couldn’t believe it. I already have two children and we were just about managing during Covid though I had now work. It was a nightmare and I didn’t really want an abortion but I didn’t want another child and neither did my partner. And I didn’t think my girls would either. It was just the right thing to do. With the coronavirus I didn’t want to bring any more children into the world, everything was a bit doom and gloom, and even worse now I think. But I can’t help thinking about it. It could have been the best thing ever. So I just think well I’ve made a decision on it, I had to make the decision quickly, and I still think I made the right decision. But you always carry a bit of guilt. It wouldn’t be right for me as a person to just be quite flippant about it. It's tough.

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