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Kate and Rio Ferdinand: Molly-Mae Hague and Sam Faiers amongst stars to ship like to couple after miscarriage

Celebrities have despatched their like to Kate and Rio Ferdinand after the pair introduced that they’d misplaced their unborn child.

Writing on Instagram on Wednesday (27 July), Kate, 31, posted a black and white picture of herself in a hospital room, sporting a hospital robe and socks, along with her toes up on a mattress.

“The last time I was in this hospital I was having Cree, but this time it was because our baby had no heartbeat in our 12 week scan and I had to have surgery,” she wrote.

“We were so excited and planning a space for our new baby in our family, we just couldn’t wait to share our news with you all, but unfortunately sometimes life just doesn’t go as we plan.

“So much to say, but somehow I can’t find the words. Absolutely devastated and  heartbroken… but couldn’t be more grateful for the hugs I got from my big(ger) babies coming through the door when we arrived home.”

Celebrity buddies of the couple despatched their assist on social media, with Samantha Faiers writing: “This is heartbreaking. Sending you lots of love and strength.”

Former Big Brother winner Kate Lawler stated: “Oh Kate. I’m so deeply sorry for you and your lovely family. Sending you so much love and hugs.”

Vicky Pattison commented: “I’m so sorry babe,”, whereas Molly-Mae Hague wrote: “I’m so beyond sorry Kate. Sending you all the [love] in the world.”

Kate and her ex-footballer husband share one-year-old Cree. The former The Only Way Is Essex star can also be stepmother to Rio’s three older kids, Lorenz, 15, Tate, 13, and 10-year-old Tia.

Kate and Rio, 43, married in 2019. The soccer pundit misplaced his first spouse, Rebecca Ellison, to breast most cancers in 2015.

If you might have been affected by any of the problems raised on this article, you may contact the Miscarriage Association helpline on 01924 200799 or electronic mail the charity at [email protected]. The helpline is open from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

Source: www.impartial.co.uk