Life swapping rugby for serving on the NHS frontline
While Saracens scrum-half Jade Knight is used to making sacrifices, nothing comes close to the one she has made to help fellow mothers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 31-year-old has not just put her rugby career on hold to support anxious mothers-to-be in her position as a midwife, she has stopped seeing her young son and husband to do so.
Knight attained her midwifery qualifications at Kings College London after being inspired by the support she received during her own pregnancy as she battled with the fear of giving birth.
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