Jack Osbourne's wife Lisa has shared an emotional Instagram post recounting her experience of a late-term miscarriage for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Rememberance Day.
'I would have an almost 2-year-old son now, named Theo,' she wrote alongside a picture of two small footprints.
'I never got to meet him, and this is all I have to remember him by....his tiny little footprints. It still hurts every day, and I will always love & miss him. He was a real baby, and he was mine.
'My heart goes out to my friends, family, and those of you I don't know that have suffered the loss of a baby. I love you all!'
The actress and blogger then posted a picture of a lit candle in dedication to her son, and thanked her fans for their support.
For my love, Theo....and all of the other babies who aren't with us in the flesh but are with us mommies in spirit, forever. I also want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who's opened up about their own stories, I've read a lot of them and I'm in tears because I feel so overwhelmed with support. Thank you guys so much, it really means the world to have such beautiful things said about my son. Xoxoxoxo #pregnancyandinfantloss #awarenessday #waveoflight #waveoflight2015
When the miscarriage occured in 2013, Lisa gave a brief statement through her blog, Raddest Mom, which read:
'I have been dreading this announcement. I needed some time before being able to say it. Jack and I lost our baby boy last week. Having a late term miscarriage is by far the hardest thing either of us have ever had to go through. We appreciate all of your prayers and ask for privacy and respect during this time.'
'It's important to stay hopeful and optimistic through life's toughest moments. We never know why things like this happen. All we can do is trust in God and know he has a plan for our lives.'
Jack and Lisa's daughters Pearl and Andy
Lisa hasn't been the only celebrity to publicly share their memories during Baby Loss Awareness Week. Coronation Street actress Kym Marsh also marked the death of her stillborn son, Archie, along with hundreds of other bereaved parents who lit candles and wrote heartfelt messages for lost children online.