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Elliott Wright's wife Sadie Stuart has emotionally thanked her social media followers for their kind words and support after announcing she had devastatingly miscarried.
Three days prior, Sadie said that her and Elliott's hearts were "broken into a million pieces" as she revealed the heartbreaking news that they had lost their unborn baby five months into her pregnancy.
And on Sunday evening, the grieving 29 year old took to her Instagram Story to thanks fans for their sweet messages.
"I have been reading through all your messages and I wanted to say thank you to everyone for your condolences, and also from mums who experienced the same as me.. your messages of support have really helped me," she wrote.
Sadie continued: "I've had so many I've not been able to physically write back to you all, but I want you to know that I've read them all and I'm really thankful."
She added a prayer hand emoji as well a red broken heart emoji and a crying face one.
Sadie and Elliott, who are parents to two year old son Billy, had announced their pregnancy in June.
In a statement about her miscarriage shared to Instagram, Sadie wrote: "It is with the heaviest of hearts that we tell you the devastating news that we had a miscarriage and lost our baby boy at 5 months on Wednesday.
"Our hearts are broken into a million pieces and our whole world and dreams have been ripped apart. We was so lucky to have had time to spend with our baby after the tragic birth and we take comfort that our darling boy is now up in heaven with Grandad Eddie."
Sadie added: "We would like to thank everyone who looked after us and our beautiful baby at St Thomas's Hospital, especially our midwife Camella, having you by our side helped us more than you could possibly know.
"We really thank you for all your condolences at this terrible sad time but ask for privacy as a family whilst we grieve the loss of our beautiful baby boy."
The couple had previously opened up on facing the "hardest year of their lives" after the loss of Elliott's beloved father Eddie to Covid and his Spanish restaurant, Olivia's La Cala, being burned down.
Devastatingly, on 2 March, his beloved dad lost his battle with the cruel illness and was laid to rest in a beautiful ceremony on 15 April.
But to add to the former TOWIE star's heartbreak, just 11 days after his dad's funeral, his Spanish restaurant, Olivia's La Cala, burned down.
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