The couple, who are parents to 1-year-old Brody, announced the sad news that they'd had a miscarriage after finding out the news at their 12 week scan
Former TOWIE stars Georgia Kousoulou and fiancé Tommy Mallet have shared the sad news that they've had a miscarriage at 12 weeks.
The couple were told the tragic news that their baby had not survived at their 12 week scan as Georgia, 31, and Tommy, 30, shared the news via a joint Instagram post.
Reality star Georgia also revealed that she'd needed an operation after the scan.
She told fans:
'Our 12 week scan to be told our baby had not survived & I needed an op…
'12 weeks of feeling every emotion , hoping & praying but in the end, nothing else we could of done.'
'We will have the words soon but right now we are taking time for us as a family'
'We don’t really have the words to say right now except we are lucky to have amazing family & friends around us .. & most importantly we are blessed to have our beautiful brody who we couldn’t of got through this without him.
'We will have the words soon but right now we are taking time for us as a family.'
Alongside the heartfelt words, Georgia shared a photo of her legs as she lay in a hospital bed.
See Georgia's post in full below:
'Sending you so much love'
The couple were flooded with messages of love after sharing their sad news, with Stacey Solomon writing:
'Sending you so much love and strength 🖤 I’m so sorry 🖤.'
Dani Dyer, who is currently pregnant with twins , added:
'Sending you so much love babe, I’m so sorry this has happened to you all❤️❤️ xxxx'
Meanwhile, former Love Islander Molly-Mae Hague commented:
'I am so so sorry. Sending you so much love🤍.'
And former TOWIE star Georgia Louise Harrison wrote:
'I’m very very sorry georgia I love you you are a beautiful soul and I can only imagine the pain you are both going through. Miscarriage is such a common thing and not often spoken about publicly. Being open about your journey will help so many other women and the pain you are feeling now will pass xxxx'
Georgia and Tommy are already parents to 1-year-old son Brody, who they welcomed in May 2021.
Georgia has previously spoken of her desire to have another child, opening up about wanting to have her 2nd child before getting married to Tommy.
'I would like another. I need to get a bit of a plan in action if I want to get married in 2024 or 2025. Ideally, I’d have the baby before that.'
Coping with miscarriage
If you've had a miscarriage, we have advice on how to cope in the weeks and months after and where to go for support – because knowing that you're not alone really can help.
Miscarriage and loss support
There are also lots of specialist support groups who can offer you help and the opportunity to speak to others who have been through a similar ordeal.
The Miscarriage Association offers support if you've suffered a miscarriage.
Aching Arms is a baby loss charity run by a group of bereaved mothers who have experienced the pain and emptiness of leaving hospital without their much wanted baby.
Saying Goodbye provides information and support for anyone who has lost a baby. They also hold remembrance services all around the UK for anyone who has suffered a miscarriage, early term loss or early infant loss.