Chris Ramsey's wife Rosie is PREGNANT with second child

Chris Ramsey’s wife Rosie announces she is PREGNANT with the couple’s second child as she shares sweet ultrasound snap

  • Rosie, 33, announced the couple are set to welcome a baby in January next year
  • The author revealed the news with a snap of the family holding a baby scan
  • Rosie and Chris, 33, are already parents to their young son Robin, four
  • The announcement comes after Rosie opened up about her 2018 miscarriage 

Chris Ramsey’s wife Rosie is pregnant with her second child.

The author and podcaster, 33, announced that the couple are set to welcome a baby in January next year, as she shared a sweet ultrasound snap of their family.

Rosie and her husband Chris, 33, are already parents to their young son Robin, four, and tied the knot six years ago in 2014.

Happy news! Chris Ramsey’s wife Rosie is pregnant with her second child

Baby on board: Rosie announced the pregnancy with the caption: ‘4pm wine time BABY’ coming January 2021. . @iamchrisramsey xx’

Rosie announced the pregnancy with the caption: ‘4pm wine time BABY’ coming January 2021. . @iamchrisramsey xx’

A host of the couple’s celebrity pals rushed to the comments section to congratulate them on their happy news shortly after the announcement.

Stacey Solomon, Ruth Langsford and Catherine Tyldesley were among the stars who wanted to sent their well-wishes to the comedian and his wife.

Love!  Rosie and her husband Chris, 33, are already parents to their young son Robin, four, and tied the knot six years ago in 2014 (pictured in November) 

Loose Women star Stacey penned: ‘Awww so exciting [crying faces].’

While Ruth added: ‘Congratulations!!!’

And Catherine wrote: ‘Amaaaaazing! Love to you all xxxx’

Actress Vicky McClure said: ‘Whaa congratulations!!!xxx’ 

Reaction! Stacey Solomon, Ruth Langsford and Catherine Tyldesley were among the stars who wanted to sent their well-wishes to the comedian and his wife

Their happy news comes just a day after Rosie opened up about the miscarriage she had in 2018, which she described as ‘worst thing that’s ever happened in her life’.

Rosie explained how she had already thought up her unborn child’s ‘whole life’ when she discovered she had lost the baby without realising at seven or eight weeks pregnant during a routine 12-week scan.

Speaking on the latest episode of Vicky Pattison’s new podcast, The Secret To, Rosie told how she was determined to speak openly about her heartbreak so she could help other women in the same situation. 

She said: ‘I had a miscarriage. I found out at the 12-week scan I’d actually lost the baby, it’s called a blighted ovum which is a missed miscarriage.

‘The baby passed away at about seven or eight weeks but I still had the pregnancy sack inside so my body still thought I was pregnant but there was no baby there.

‘Honestly, I don’t want to sound dramatic but one of the worst things that’s ever happened in my life. You hear about women when you get to a certain age.’

A blighted ovum is a condition in which a fertilised egg implants in the uterine wall but the embryo fails to develop, usually due to chromosomal abnormalities.  

Sweet: Their happy news comes just a day after Rosie opened up about the miscarriage she had in 2018, which she described as ‘worst thing that’s ever happened in her life’ (pictured on Lorraine in 2018) 

Speaking about how she’d made plans for her unborn second child, she explained: ‘When I was in my twenties, my friends and family weren’t really trying for babies. 

‘But when you’re in your thirties when you get that little bit older, you hear about miscarriages all the time. And before I’d had mine I used to hear about them and I’d think, oh that’s really horrible. 

‘But then you’d crack on and you wouldn’t think about it again. But honestly, when it happens to you it’s really awful.

‘As soon as you find out you’re pregnant you think up this whole baby’s life, it’s happening to you. 

‘And even a miscarriage at four weeks can just be devastating, because it’s a long time. Even a week is a long time for your thoughts to run away with you and think up this baby’s life.’

Focused: When making the announcement, Chris added that his young son Robin has been a welcome distraction from his grief, but said he is still ‘getting there’

Rosie revealed her fans and followers noticed her absence when she was mourning, as she said: ‘So it’s just hard and I was really active on social media at the time and I wasn’t on for a week and everyone was like, “Are you ok?”

‘You know when you haven’t been on and you get the messages like, “Are you alright?”  

‘And me and Chris chatted about it and I was like, “I think I’m just going to tell people because I’m like that anyway”. I’m very heart on my sleeve. 

‘I don’t really have many secrets as such, I’m very like this has happened, but I just thought I’m going to tell people and it’s nothing to be ashamed of, it’s happened to one in four women. 

‘And the response we got was massive and loads of people were telling me about their experiences and it really helped. Selfishly for me it was a bit like therapy. 

United: The couple have been married since 2014 (pictured in 2018)

‘Hearing about all these other people who had gone through it and then hearing people who were like, I’ve got another child after mine. So it was quite positive and really helped us personally’. 

Rosie previously admitted the ‘cruellest thing’ about the loss was that she still had a baby bump, after her body failed to realise she had suffered a Blighted Ovum.   

After the tragedy, Rosie also shared an image of her hand in hospital and added a caption reading: ‘I was admitted into hospital a few days later to start the procedure. It was awful. Cramping, vomiting, fainting, fever, really just not nice… 

‘After 5 rounds of tablets over a course of 20 or so hours the doctors told me it hadn’t worked as effectively as they’d hoped. I was then taken to surgery to have everything removed. It is now finally all over.’ 

Tragic: Rosie explained how she had already thought up her unborn child’s ‘whole life’ when she discovered she had lost the baby without realising at seven or eight weeks pregnant during a routine 12-week scan (pictured 2020)

‘I feel emotionally and physically exhausted. I have so much sympathy for other couples who have/are going through this as I never knew it entailed so much heartache.’   

During the podcast, Vicky asked about Rosie’s relationship with Chris, to which she joked about wanting to ‘rip his face off’ after 13 weeks of lockdown. 

Chris’ wife Rosie supported her husband throughout his Strictly journey and regularly spoke about his stint on the series on social media.

The comedian recently joked that his other half has been furious at his weight loss from taking part in the dance competition.

Her love: During the podcast, Vicky asked about Rosie’s relationship with Chris, to which she joked about wanting to ‘rip his face off’ after 13 weeks of lockdown

He told Metro: ‘It is no secret that she is a little bit angry that I have lost so much while doing work.

‘It’s not like I have had to go to a gym. I’ve got a really good metabolism. I can eat basically what I want and not be huge.

‘She’s very used to being annoyed at how I look. So yeah – just more of that, which just gives me endless joy.’

For help and support please call the Miscarriage Association on 01924 200 799. 

Vicky Pattison: The Secret To is available to listen on Acast and all major podcast platforms. New episodes are released every Thursday 

Sweet: Chris’ wife Rosie supported her husband throughout his Strictly journey and regularly spoke about his stint on the series on social media (pictured March 2020)

What causes a ‘blighted ovum’? 

Miscarriage happens for many reasons and a ‘blighted ovum’ is one description given to a pregnancy loss where the baby stopped growing very early on and either never developed to a point where it could be seen on scan, or over time it was absorbed, leaving just the pregnancy sac.

There are no particular implications for this type of miscarriage as compared to other ones where bleeding is more common or an embryo is clearly identified.

Miscarriage happens most often because there was a mismatch of the genetic material at the time of conception – due to nothing more than bad luck.

Unfortunately human reproduction is actually quite inefficient and up to half of conceptions will never make it.

The important thing you need to remember is that it wasn’t your fault. You don’t miscarry because you were overactive, didn’t rest enough or were stressed.

It wasn’t the bottle of wine before you knew you were pregnant. It’s just down to bad luck. Most women who have a miscarriage go on to have a healthy pregnancy next time.

If miscarriage happens early on, then you often don’t need to have an operation (D&C) to clear things away. Nature will sort it out either when you are bleeding or at the next period. It is safe to start trying again once you feel emotionally ready.

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