Football star Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah is planning on having her placenta frozen and then turned into placenta pills after the birth of their second child.
The 34 year old is due to have the Leicester City striker's baby at the end of this year, and is convinced that eating her own placenta will help her on her road to recovery.
Your placenta is the first organ grown in pregnancy, created to help your baby get all the nutrients it needs. It's known for being packed with goodness and throughout history women have been harnessing their placenta's healing properties.
The remedy has been picked up by a whole host of celebrities, and Rebekah will be following in the footsteps of the likes of Coleen Rooney and Kim Kardashian who also had their placentas made into pills - each giving the process top marks.
According to The Sun, Rebekah said in a magazine column: 'I'm having my placenta turned into pills!
'It sounds gross but there are so many benefits and they help heal everything quicker, especially after a C-section.'
And it's not just herself that the mother of four is thinking of, she's keen to share the miracle benefits with her footballer husband too - although he may not be as excited as she is!
'I told Jamie I'd cook him some of my placenta but he wasn't impressed! I still don't know if I'll need a C-section yet.'
Rebekah has noted that if she does need to have a C-section and finds the recovery process difficult, busy family life may not run smoothly, giving her cause for an extra boost.
'If my baby stays breech then I'll have to — a nightmare for recovering with no nanny, four kids and Jamie at training.
Rebekah has two children, Megan and Taylor, both from previous relationships and Sophia, two, who she shares with Jamie.