Some passengers think that being seated next to a crying baby on a plane is a nightmare. But it’s even more arduous for the parents involved.
Last week, we learned George and Amal Clooney handed out noise-cancelling headphones to fellow travellers when they were flying from the US to the UK with their six-months-old twins.
Now, former Bachelor winner and mother-of-two Snezana ‘Snez’ Markoski has spoken about her anxiety travelling with two-month-old Willow for the first time.
Sharing an image of her 12-year-old daughter Evie cradling Willow with the plane window behind them, Snez said she was at first uncomfortable, and then relieved, when her youngest stopped crying right before take-off.
“Is it just me or does time go ever so slow when your baby starts crying on a full flight?,” the 37-year-old wrote.
“Luckily by the time we took off she had a clean new nappy and a full tummy and slept like an angel for the entire flight.”