“I just wanted to quickly touch on grief as it’s a feeling you can feel so alone with yet obviously everyone goes through it or will go through it,” she wrote.
“Even though our relationship had ended & so publicly I still always thought Micah would be in our lives forever even when at times we weren’t on speaking terms.
“It can hurt so much some days especially when I see so much of him in the boys. I’ve been having such vivid dreams of Micah lately and waking up feeling very sad. I almost forget sometimes that he is truly gone for good as when I plan to go back to the States to visit family I just have this weird feeling he’ll be there.”
Milly added that she thought that she may not have achieved closure as she didn’t get to say her final goodbyes at Micah’s funeral.
“Maybe that’s what funerals are for, for closure as I was unable to attend Micah's,” Milly wrote.
“If anyone has lost someone and still going through the waves of grief check out Refuge in Grief on Facebook. She posts such relatable content and it just makes you feel less alone.”
In January, Milly welcomed their son, and revealed she had named the baby after his late father.
"Feeling so much love for a little life that I delivered into the world on Monday 27 January 2020 at 6:46PM A healthy baby boy weighing 3680g (8 Pounds)," she wrote in the bittersweet caption at the time.