Blue star Antony Costa believes all parents should be trained in first aid following the "shock" he experienced when his daughter had a fit.
The 34-year-old singer has urged mums and dads to be taught what to do in a medical emergency after his youngest child Savannah - who was just eight months old at the time - seemingly had "a bit of a cold" which turned into a frightening fit.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz about the incident that sent him into "shock" but spurred him and his fiancée Rosanna Jasmin to take up the course, Antony said: "(Savannah) started fitting one night and we were out and luckily there were people around us to help, because I went into shock. We did a first aid course a week later and I ain't one for preaching but I would say to young dads, or young mums and families out there, to go and get a first aid course. Because you just never know if and when it well ever happen."
Antony's daughter was rushed to hospital and treated for a virus, which had caused her temperature to shoot up and caused her to have a febrile convulsion.
The 'One Love' hitmaker - who is currently starring in the UK tour of musical 'Save the Last Dance for Me' - continued: "When it happened I didn't have a clue, but when it's a baby it is instinct, and people were panicking and you can do the mouth to mouth thing, it's so scary, but as I said I would definitely advise people to get trained."