Jessica Cunningham has revealed that she’s welcomed her fourth child in a very emotional post about her miscarriage.
The now mum-of-four took to Instagram to announce the lovely news that she has welcomed her fourth child with her partner Alex Daw, but didn’t reveal whether she welcomed a boy or girl or the baby name she picked.
Alongside the image where her baby’s tiny hand is seen holding on to her finger, she wrote: ‘Iv not been on here for a good few days, and Iv had a good few messages asking if I have had the baby and the answer is….NO. #justjokes .
‘We have in fact welcomed our beautiful little rainbow baby into the world and it’s as if they were always meant to be here. Before every rainbow there is always a storm and our storm over the past year has left us with THE most beautiful little view.’
The mum continues to say that she will take some time off from social media while she’s enjoying the joys of motherhood with her new little one and the rest of her brood.
‘We are all doing well, but for now, I probably won’t be on here for a few days as I am going to take a little bit of time to just enjoy my wonderful little family and also social media is a job in itself, and I am already quite sleep deprived, so any spare minutes are spent snoozing’, she added.
‘Wish me luck on being a mama of 4 ❤️👶🏽👧🏽👧🏼👧🏻’.
Jessica revealed she was expecting her fourth child back at the start of January, with a sweet post on social media.
She wrote at the time: ‘Well, it is the start of the New Year, so best to start It off with how I mean to go on! WITH GOOD NEWS!!! We have a little rainbow baby on the way 🌈👶🏽’.
The happy announcement came just a month after she revealed she had suffered a miscarriage.
As well as losing a child, last year was also difficult for the former Apprentice star as she was left ‘devastated’ after ex-boyfriend Alistair Eccles was found dead at his home aged 35, in August.
They shared three daughters together and she said in a statement at the time: ‘Despite their break-up, Alistair was a really good father to their children.
‘Jessica is politely asking for some privacy at this devastating time so that she can protect their three girls.’