Actress Leigh-allyn Baker suffered morning sickness as she filmed U.S. TV series Good Luck Charlie during the first trimester of her pregnancy and often found herself "turning green" during shoots.
The former Will & Grace star carried on recording the Disney show after she discovered she was expecting her second child, but admits she found the experience difficult.
She tells People.com, "All the prop people could see that I was turning green and they would rush in with peppermint tea. I have to say, peppermint tea was a miracle for me. Make it hot and ice it with honey and it really has a medicinal effect."
Baker and her husband Keith Kauffman are already parents to three-year-old son Griffin and their second child is due later this year (12).
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