ALEX Reid’s fiancée Nikki Manashe has revealed her heartache after losing her fifth baby.
The blogger, who also had an ectopic pregnancy in 2014, told her followers she and Alex, 44, and planned to name their baby Phoenix prior to a devastating miscarriage.
Alex Reid’s fiancée Nikki Manashe has revealed her heartache after losing her fifth baby[/caption]
Writing on Instagram, Nikki said: “It’s taken me a long time to go public because it was such amazing news again and I got pregnant from my Ivf cycle.
“Unfortunately today the scan confirmed that Baby Phoenix Reid was no longer viable. We are heart broken and devastated.
“I was so excited to announce this baby but unfortunately I am announcing my 5th angel baby in heaven .”
Her followers gave the couple their condolences.
The blogger, who also had an ectopic pregnancy in 2014, told her followers she and Alex and planned to name their baby Phoenix[/caption]
One wrote: “So sorry for your loss. Feel like it’s so unfair for you both. Can’t imagine how you both feel. All I can do is send love and know that people out there care about you and wish you the peace and happiness you deserve. Xxx
Another posted: “So sorry and sending you a big hug .”
A third commented: “I’ve been waiting everyday to see if you posted anything, I’m devastated for you both, so so sorry xxxxx.”
Last year Alex, who has a daughter from a relationship with Chantelle Houghton, spoke about Nikki’s ectopic pregnancy in a heartbreaking statement confirming she had miscarried for a third time.
He wrote: “We couldn’t wait to gold you and now we can only hold you in our hearts.
“We are absolutely devastated and I wasn’t going to go public with this but I am to raise awareness.
“Next time you post a picture of your pregnant bump or your gorgeous baby think of those less fortunate.
“Today we lost baby number three.
“We have been trying for a baby for several years through the help of IVF.
“My first baby (yes I call every loss a baby) my ectopic baby nearly killed my fiancée and she was operated on which was life or death and lost her Fallopian tube.”
Alex then opened up about their experience of going through IVF and described it as an “emotional rollercoaster”.
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He added: “So the next time you ask someone Why are you guys not married you have been engaged for years?’ or ‘You guys should hurry along and get baby making’ maybe think before you speak.
“Don’t take your babies for granted.
“Cherish every single day from their first word to their first day at school.”
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