Jessie J announces she's pregnant after suffering miscarriage
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Jessie J has announced that she is pregnant with her first child after suffering from a miscarriage just over a year ago.
The singer shared the thrilling news on Friday night (7 January) with a sweet video of her pregnancy test, her ultrasound, and her growing belly. Take a look here:
Jessie, 34, begged her fans and followers to 'please be gentle' with her after she shared the good news.
"I am so happy and terrified to finally share this," she wrote.
"Honestly, ya girl just wants to ugly cry in public in a catsuit eating a chocolate covered pickle with no questions asked."
Jessie hasn't revealed how far along she is yet, but photos and clips in her pregnancy reveal show that her baby bump has grown quite a lot.
Jessie was flooded with messages of support and congratulations from fans, friends, and a heap of famous faces.
Kelly Rowland commented: "AHHHHHHHHH SCREAMING CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU!!"
Songstress Ellie Goulding penned: "You look completely radiant and full of joy. Many Congratulations my love."
Actor Ruby Rose added: "When you told me - in my heart I’d hearts I felt the most gratitude.. you deserve this beyond belief xxx."
BBC Radio One presenter Clara Amfo wrote: "Delighted for you," while former Little Mix member Legigh-Anne Pinnock added: "Congrats beauty."
Singer-songwriter Kehlani raved: AAHHHHHHHH IM SO HAPPY FOR UUUUU CONGRATS BIG SIS. all that patience, you did it
Other celebs who congratulated Jessie on the good news included Rita Ora, Stacey Solomon, Lilly Singh, Michelle Visage, Fearne Cotton, Steven Bartlett, Leona Lewis, Lashana Lynch, Pixie Lott, Craig David, and Paloma Faith.
After her announcement blew up on social media, Jessie J took to her Instagram Story to thank everyone for their kind words.
"The love, the love, the love," she wrote. "I am ugly crying fr. Thank you to everyone who is blowing my phone up. Woof, what a ride."
Jessie J announced in November 2021 that she had suffered a miscarriage, after being told during her third scan that there was no longer a heartbeat.
The 'Price Tag' singer shared that she had planned to have the baby on her own, 'because it's all I ever wanted and life is short'.
She wrote at the time: "To get pregnant was a miracle in itself and an experience I will never forget and I know I will have again."
For baby loss support contact Tommy's www.tommys.org and to learn more about miscarriage visit www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk.