Kate Ferdinand reveals feeling 'nervous' before every baby scan after miscarriage
Kate Ferdinand has opened up about feeling "nervous" at baby scans six months into her pregnancy after suffering a miscarriage last year.
The TV star, 31, is currently carrying her second child, a daughter, with former footballer husband Rio Ferdinand.
She told The Sun On Sunday's Fabulous magazine: "I’m not someone who loves being pregnant."
She added: "After having a miscarriage, I think that’s why I’ve enjoyed this third pregnancy more.
"I’m even more grateful that she’s OK, though I still get nervous before every scan.
"There are moments where I’ve had wobbles and thought: ‘Oh no, something’s wrong.'"
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Ferdinand revealed in an Instagram post last July that she had lost her unborn baby following her 12-week scan.
At the time, she shared that she was "absolutely devastated and heartbroken" after doctors found no heartbeat.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star shares two-year-old son Cree with her 44-year-old other half, who she married in 2019.
She is also stepmother to his three children – Lorenz, 16, Tate, 14, and 11-year-old Tia – from his previous marriage to Rebecca Ellison, who passed away from breast cancer in 2015.
Ferdinand was recently praised by fans after going make-up free in a video to show her pregnancy pigmentation melasma.
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During the clip, shot for the latest episode of her podcast Blended, she revealed that she had decided to "be brave" in order to raise awareness.
In a post on Instagram, she wrote: "I've spoke lots over the years about my pigmentation and not feeling confident without make-up. Being pregnant and recently being on holiday means the pigmentation is a little worse at the minute.
"But I thought sod it I'm going to be brave (and this feels brave for me) and go make-up free for this mini episode."
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