Los Angeles: Actress Liv Tyler says she doesn't handle labour very well and will need a lot of doctors and midwives on hand when she gives birth to her third child later this summer.
The 38-year-old actress is set to welcome her and her fiancé David Gardner's second child.
"It's (labour is) a wonderful, magic, amazing experience, but it's pretty f***ing scary; a lot of stakes ... (when I was delivery Sailor) I cried and I was like, 'F*** you'. And I need a lot of help. It takes a village (when I give birth)," Tyler told ES Magazine, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
But one person who will no doubt be glued to Tyler's side when she delivers her little bundle of joy is her beau Gardner.
The couple got engaged around Christmas time in 2014 but didn't confirm the news until November last year.
Tyler also has 10-year-old son Milo from her marriage to musician Royston Langdo. She says she was far from her glamorous self when David got down on one knee.
"I had no idea (about the proposal). And I didn't look very attractive. I was pregnant and I was crying and had just come out of the shower and was unpacking. It wasn't very glamorous," she said. (IANS)