“Eurovision” winner lost unborn child | ABC News

Måns Zelmerlöw, who topped Eurovision in 2015 with the song «Heroes», shared a happy baby novelty on his Instagram account July 20th

He published a video of the family with two children lying on a beach, and drawing “+1” next to it. The video caption read: “2021 will be such a good year”.

On Sunday, the couple unfortunately had to update with a sad message.

“Tragically, we have lost our little baby. This is the second miscarriage we have experienced this year “, writes Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw’s wife, Ciara Zelmerlöw, on her Instagram account Sunday.

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It’s been a horrific few days, so I just wanted to address the silence. Unfortunately, we lost our little baby. This is the second ‘silent miscarriage’ we’ve experienced this year. I’m going to take some time away from social media to process it all, heal and spend time with my precious, precious family. We also wanted to thank you all so much for your messages of congratulations. I really hope this post doesn’t upset or discourage any mummas to be. It’s so unusual for this to happen twice in a row at a late stage. So please don’t let this post make you worried, it just hasn’t been the year for us ? I also wanted those who my have also suffered to take solace in this post, and to please know you are not alone. ? If by chance any of the staff @hallands_sjukhus see this, we want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We couldn’t have gone through this horrific ordeal without your wonderful care, love and support. To all of you, especially my incredible doctor and midwives, you’re all angels. Take care of yourselves, and if you can take anything from reading this, please squeeze your family tighter than ever today. ???

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“It’s no longer a plus one, but I’m so grateful for the beautiful family I already have, and am again impressed with my strong, brave wife who has been through so much the last few days. I love you, “wrote the Eurovision winner about the loss.

His wife, Ciara, does not hope the tragic update will scare others:

“It is unusual for this to happen twice in a row as late in pregnancy. Don’t let this post scare you, it just hasn’t been our year. “


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