Hewett and his partner, Alice Summers, were out on a morning walk when she suddenly felt some sharp pain, not dissimilar to a cramp. Alice's pain lingered long enough for them to contact the hospital.
"The hospital was like, 'That's a bit unusual; come in for a look' and once we got in there, they said, 'You're having this little one in a couple of hours if we don't slow it down'," Hewett said.
"So they had to give her a few steroid injections and stuff to slow everything down a bit, then he came the next day. I think we were in there for about 24 to 30 hours."