Former TOWIE star Georgia Kousoulou has been showered with support and praise as the mum-of-one bravely documents her recent miscarriage on the new series of her show.
Thursday night, 11 May, marked the first episode of the fourth series, which will show the pair experiencing the heartbreak of suffering a miscarriage.
Georgia shared the sad news that she’d lost her baby in April, and had to undergo surgery as a result.
The first episode of the series saw Georgia excitedly reveal to their family that they’re expecting, for the 31 year old to suffer pregnancy complications soon after.
Georgia experienced bleeding in the night, sparking concern for the expectant mother and Tommy, so she went in for a scan.
The couple were told that things were okay with Georgia being urged to rest, but after she was bed bound for two days and continued to bleed, the star booked in for another scan.
While the doctor found a heartbeat, she told the concerned parents that the amniotic sac wasn’t growing at the same rate as the baby.
While Georgia said she “wasn’t out of the woods”, the doctor suggested a series of vitamins to try to help.
Georgia and Tommy then documented the days and weeks that followed as Tommy admitted that their pregnancy was “touch and go”.
Knowing that the pair has since devastatingly lost the baby, fans have applauded them for their bravery for still sharing their story.
Sharing a snippet of the show on Instagram ahead of its airing, Georgia’s 1.5 million followers voiced their support to the star.
She captioned the clip: “Georgia & tommy baby steps .. starts tonight 9pm itvbe.. Thank you for your support already it’s going to be emotional”.
Model Shelby Tribble replied to her post: “So brave all of you and you’re the best mum so proud of you for speaking out on something so heart breaking. Can’t wait to watch! Love you lots”.
Echoing similar sentiments, influencer Chloe Patton wrote: “Your so brave, this is heartbreaking to see you like this just wanna give you a big hug”.
Talia Oatway, who recently shared the first snaps of her seven month old son who has been diagnosed with Apert Syndrome, added: “You are so bloody strong!”
Elsewhere, a reassuring fan said: “People who have lost babies understand how you feel, 1 week, 9 weeks, 16 full term a baby is a baby and is part of you your allowed to feel these emotions your brave you both are xxx”.
“One of the hardest times of my life, my miscarriages. V brave to carry on filming to help others going through similar,” said another.
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