Sola Aoi’s C-section to be highlight of program that will stream throughout Asia.

Sola Aoi has had a lot of eyes on her throughout her career, which started with several years as a prominent adult video actress before transitioning to more modest mainstream media roles. Most recently, she’s been sharing photogenic pregnancy photos through her social media accounts as the due date approaches for the twins she’s currently carrying.

It’s sure to be a big day for 35-year-old Aoi and her husband, who’ll be welcoming their first children into the world, and if any members of Aoi’s sizable international fanbase want to join that welcome committee, at least in spirit, there’s a way for them to do just that.

Online video service Abema TV has announced that it will be streaming a documentary about Sola’s pregnancy, titled The Day Sola Aoi Gives Birth 〜Welcome to the world, Sola’s baby〜 (the singular “baby” seems to be just a grammatical miscue, and not the producers stingily refusing to extend the greeting to both of the twins). The crew began meeting with Aoi and gathering materials for the project about three months ago, and as the name implies, it’s going to stream, live, on the actress’ due date, on which she’s chosen to give birth by Caesarian section delivery.

But the timing of the stream isn’t just for sentimental reasons, as Abema TV is promising “You will be able to see Sola Aoi giving birth on her due date.”

Aoi says that while she used to be averse to the idea of childbirth, she’s since changed her opinion entirely on the subject. “I want to leave a record of how much we hoped for these children who are being born to us,” the mother-to-be said in regards to the documentary, which will be available for viewing not just in Japan, but throughout Asia, with optional Chinese subtitles.

The stream starts at 10 p.m. on April 30, and further availability/access details can be found on its official website here.

Sources: Abema TV via Jin, Sola Aoi official blog
Top image: Abema TV
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