Coleen Emotionally Shares Her Traumatic Miscarriage Story | Loose Women

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Over the weekend, wife of Prime Minister Carrie Johnson revealed she and Boris Johnson are expecting a ‘rainbow baby’ later in the year. The term ‘rainbow baby’ is used for parents expecting a child after losing a baby after a miscarriage or stillbirth. Carrie has been praised by many for opening up on social media about her ‘heartbreak’ after suffering a miscarriage and her fertility struggles. We asked our panel whether it’s important to be open about having a miscarriage or opening up about fertility struggles, and Coleen ended up emotionally sharing her traumatic miscarriage story.

From series 25, broadcast on 02/08/2021

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