London: Pop diva Mariah Carey says she feared she would never be able to walk again properly after her difficult pregnancy.
    
The 41-year-old says it was a real struggle keeping her twins in as she approached the 30-week mark of her pregnancy and it took all of her willpower to rest up and fight going into a dangerous early labour.
    
"I was afraid I wasn't going to be able to walk properly again. It was a huge strain. I would sit and then someone would have to help me up. I couldn't go even to the loo by myself. It was just like, 'What are we doing? Are we going to the hospital? No, I'm gonna stick it out, I'm gonna keep taking this medicine to keep these babies in... I made it t 35 weeks and then the doctor said it wasn't safe anymore," Carey said.
    
The singer's twins Moroccan and Monroe were born via a Caesarean section in April.

(Agencies)