Amanda Holden has shared a shifting tribute to her stillborn son on what would have been his twelfth birthday.
The Britain’s Got Talent decide and her husband Chris Hughes misplaced their son Theo in February 2011.
Holden, 51, was seven months into the being pregnant when Theo died within the womb and she or he needed to ship him by C-section.
To mark what would have been his twelfth birthday, the star shared a poignant black and white photograph of Theo’s footprints on her Instagram Story.
“We love you Theo,” she wrote, including an image of a lit candle to the shifting image.
“By no means ever forgotten,” Holden added.
The TV and radio star – who can also be mum to daughters Hollie, 11, and 17-year-old Alexa with hubby Hughes – beforehand talked about her heartache and the expertise of dropping Theo on the BBC’s Expensive NHS Superstars programme.
She opened up about troublesome it was to ship her son and shared that she was initially fearful about holding him however that her midwife and shut pal inspired her to take action.
Holden did maintain Theo after he was born and stated: “That’s once I held him in my arms for the primary time and realised I used to be nonetheless a mummy, regardless that he was quick asleep.”
The TV star later went on to arrange a fund in her son’s identify by way of the UK being pregnant and child loss charity Tommy’s.
Entitled Theo’s Hope, the attraction aimed to supply particular bereavement counsellors in any respect UK maternity models.
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