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Blue star Simon Webbe and wife announce pregnancy news after years-long IVF struggle

Blue star Simon Webbe and his wife Ayshen have announced that they are expecting their second child together after a years-long struggle with IVF.

The couple who tied the knot back in 2018, previously revealed that they suffered three prior miscarriages along with a failed round of IVF before their daughter Cyan was born in 2021.

The singer took to his Instagram to share their exciting news.


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He wrote: “AD | Miracles do happen, and we’re living proof 🥺🤍 With the help of Clearblue, we’re happy to announce that our family is expanding! 💫 After enduring heartbreaking losses and navigating the challenges of IVF, we’re overjoyed to share that we’re expecting our second child together!”

“This journey hasn’t been easy, but every struggle has led us to this moment of pure happiness – by some miracle, we were actually able to conceive naturally! Our little miracle, due in July 2024, is already filling our hearts with love and hope.”

“Cyan is absolutely over the moon with this news, and we couldn’t be more grateful for this blessing. Here’s to new beginnings and the incredible journey ahead as a family 🌟 #Clearblue #ClearblueConfirmed #Clearbluepartner

Back in October, the pair revealed that they had suffered from their third miscarriage.

The couple shared the heartbreaking news in an Instagram post for Tommy’s – a non-profit organisation that raises awareness about baby loss and provides support.

In a post shared to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week, the couple wrote: “You never think it will happen to you. I didn’t think this would be my journey. It’s not been easy but we are still on this journey and trying to stay positive.”

Simon said: “Ayshen had her third miscarriage at home. She didn’t feel pregnant anymore, I think we both knew what was happening, but you try and stay positive even though you’re pretty much 100 percent it’s not going to work out for you.”

Ayshen, 43, explained: “At home the pain was brutal so we decided to go to hospital but, as I went to the toilet before we set off, everything came out and the pain eased.”

“We went anyway but the queue at A&E was so long I just wanted to go home, I was exhausted and there was nothing they could do.”

The couple urged others: “Please don’t go through it alone and in silence. Sometimes it’s about admitting what you cannot do.”

“You can’t fix it but you can be there and listen. Find a way to cope with your own emotions, whether thats a beer with a mate or a walk.”


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