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Pregnant Big Brother star Krystal Forscutt shows off her baby bump while in lockdown

Pregnant Big Brother star Krystal Forscutt showed off her baby bump on Friday, while in lockdown amid the coronavirus. 

The former reality TV star showed off her belly on Instagram in a pair of white shorts and a cosy beige knit. 

It comes after Krystal revealed last week that she almost suffered a devastating miscarriage.

Growing and glowing: Pregnant Big Brother star Krystal Forscutt showed off her baby bump while in lockdown on Friday... after revealing she almost suffered a miscarriage

Growing and glowing: Pregnant Big Brother star Krystal Forscutt showed off her baby bump while in lockdown on Friday… after revealing she almost suffered a miscarriage

The 33-year-old personal trainer can be seen posing up for a selfie, looking radiant and with a pregnancy glow. 

In the photo, Krystal wears her dark locks out and over her shoulders and natural-looking makeup. 

She captioned the photo: ‘Today I heard “mum” approximately 10896 times… how about you?’

Struggles: Earlier this month, Krystal announced that she was pregnant with her third child. But last week, she revealed on Instagram that she almost suffered a devastating miscarriage

Struggles: Earlier this month, Krystal announced that she was pregnant with her third child. But last week, she revealed on Instagram that she almost suffered a devastating miscarriage

Krystal added the hashtag, ‘day four’ and tagged herself in ‘lockdown.’

Earlier this month, Krystal announced that she was pregnant with her third child.

But last week, she revealed on Instagram that she almost suffered a devastating miscarriage. 

Krystal thought she was going to lose her baby after losing a significant amount of blood.

Scary! Krystal thought she was going to lose her baby after losing a significant amount of blood

Scary! Krystal thought she was going to lose her baby after losing a significant amount of blood








Krystal, who is 14 weeks pregnant, has suffered two miscarriages in the past.  

She said that doctors have told her to be ‘cautiously optimistic’ with the rest of her pregnancy.  

‘We had the fright of our lives, in a public bathroom I had a really bad bleed and we were convinced that there was no way our little baby would make it after losing so much blood,’ Krystal explained.

Tragic: Krystal, who is 14 weeks pregnant, has suffered two miscarriages in the past. Pictured with her children, Nakoda, one, and Sunny, five

Tragic: Krystal, who is 14 weeks pregnant, has suffered two miscarriages in the past. Pictured with her children, Nakoda, one, and Sunny, five

‘I went to emergency and was told that I was most likely suffering an impending miscarriage.’

She added: ‘That evening my heart felt like it was being crushed. I was mourning for another child that I had never met. I just couldn’t believe this was happening again.’ 

Krystal and her husband, property developer Neil Hipwell, prayed for a miracle.

Family: Krystal and her husband, property developer Neil Hipwell (pictured), prayed for a miracle when they thought she was having a miscarriage. When she eventually went to her doctor's appointment, she was amazed when the specialist heard their baby's heartbeat

Family: Krystal and her husband, property developer Neil Hipwell (pictured), prayed for a miracle when they thought she was having a miscarriage. When she eventually went to her doctor’s appointment, she was amazed when the specialist heard their baby’s heartbeat

When she eventually went to her doctor’s appointment, she was amazed when the specialist heard their baby’s heartbeat.

‘We were so shocked that our little baby had survived,’ she said. ‘We believe it is nothing short of a miracle! We still aren’t completely out of the woods just yet.

‘We are scared but hopeful for our baby’s future and so grateful to God.’ 

Statistics: As of Saturday afternoon, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 3,291 including 14 deaths

Statistics: As of Saturday afternoon, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 3,291 including 14 deaths 

 

 

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