Kym Marsh speaks about the agony of giving birth to a premature baby

Kym Marsh recently poured her heart out while speaking about the agony of losing her premature baby. The Coronation actress revealed that losing her baby was the most painful experience of her life. She gave birth to a stillborn child in 2009, which was 21 weeks and 5 days premature.

According to www.dailymail.co.uk, Kym Marsh spoke about the painful incident at a fundraiser event where she said that she would never be able to forget her child Archie and that she would carry the pain to her grave.

As reported by www.celebrifi.com, Kym also said that the doctors tried to prevent the premature delivery for 5 days. ‘To leave the hospital without your baby is even harder. It was the most painful experience I have ever gone through. Not a day goes by when I don’t think of my beautiful son Archie’ said the actress. She added that the painful event also affected her relationship with Jamie Lomas, who was the father of the child, and who separated from her for a short while before reuniting and sharing the pain a month later.

Another celebrity who has experienced the tragedy of losing a baby is Sharon Stone, who has suffered two miscarriages.

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