CORONATION Street favourite Simon Gregson and his wife Emma have non-stop up about pang 12 miscarriages, including one ectopic pregnancy which compulsory emergency medicine to save her life.
They were forced to make a terrifying lurch to hospital in Sep after Emma suffered crippling stomach pains.
Speaking to OK! repository about her ectopic pregnancy, in which the fetus grows outward the uterus, Emma says: “Up to that indicate we didn’t know we was profound so it came as a double blow to us. It was tough to get the heads around what was happening.
“I was petrified. we suspicion we was never going to see my sons ever again…
“As they were holding me down to entertainment we just kept thinking, I’m going to die – this is it, I’m not going to make it.”
And Simon – was has played Steve McDonald on the cobbles given 1989 – adds: “They told me Emma would’ve died if it had been left for a few some-more hours. She was literally two hours divided from death.”
The pair married in 2010 and are relatives to Alfie, ten, Harry, eight, and Henry Teddy, two, but have concluded to put an finish to trying to enhance their family, with Simon shortly to bear a vasectomy.
Simon says: “I consider as Emma has come so close to death, that’s it for us. We creatively suspicion Emma couldn’t lift girls, but she so desperately wanted a little girl.
“I would adore her to have one – but now, after scarcely losing her, I’m going in and having the snip.”
Emma admits her practice meant she never felt happy when she fell pregnant, instead fearing the worst, observant “I don’t consider my physique or mind could do it any more.”
Simon has formerly oral about their miscarriages when he played out a identical storyline on Coronation Street last year, with Steve and his on-screen wife Michelle Connor – played by Kym Marsh – losing their baby.
Kym also spoke out at the time about the storyline mirroring the detriment of her own son Archie in identical resources in 2009.
Read the full story in this week’s OK! repository – out today.
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