The Bachelor star Laura Byrne has confirmed that she suffered a second miscarriage with fiancé Matthew 'Matty J' Johnson.
On Tuesday, the 32-year-old reality-TV star revealed the sad news on her Life Uncut Podcast, saying that she suffered the devastating loss this year.
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"Just two months ago, Matt and I went through our second miscarriage and that still feels raw and very bizarre to even say out loud,' she told co-host Brittany Hockley.
"It's not something I've really spoken about, not something that I've talked to many people about, but I feel very very passionately that miscarriage is a conversation that needs to be had in an open forum."
Byrne — who met Matty during his season of The Bachelor in 2017 — also revealed that the pair were over the moon at the prospect of being parents again so soon after the arrival of their daughter, Marlie-Mae, in June 2019.
Laura has revealed she suffered a second miscarriage.
"I found out I was pregnant. We had gotten really excited about it and we'd had our scans and everything," said Byrne "A week later, I felt different and I knew something was wrong and I knew it was happening again.
"I guess I never thought I would be someone who would have one miscarriage, let alone someone who would have two miscarriages," she added.
The reality-TV star revealed the sad news on her podcast.
Byrne sadly suffered a miscarriage in June 2018 when she was nine weeks pregnant.
The jewellery designer says that she hopes to help people by sharing her story.
Matty and his daughter Marlie-Mae.
"It is painful and it is lonely, but it doesn't need to be quite so lonely, and the more that we talk about it, and the more the we de-stigmatise it, then I feel other women who are going through the same thing may feel more supported," she said.