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Poor Lilly Allen!

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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thats so sad, especially when she was 6months pregnant. must be so heart breaking.
[mod]#3
she tweeted last night saying 'say a little prayer' .

must be hard for anybody to go through
#4
Aw that's such a shame - really feel for her, especially so late on.
#5
Awful, worst nightmare for mums carrying babies.
#6
So sad x
banned#7
life can be so cruel at times x
#8
Poor girl :(
#9
Can't imagin how she is feeling. Babies can be delivered and survive by that point. wonder what went wrong :-(
banned#10
awww twice as well :(
banned#11
:( jezz that is horrible, I had no clue how much you could love an unborn child till my wife became pregnant. Really didn't know what people go through when they have miscarried, feel bad for not knowing.

Edited By: lumoruk on Nov 01, 2010 14:09: ...
#12
My heart goes out to her and her OH, truly heartbreaking :(
#13
God bless you Lily
#14
:( so so sad!! xx
banned#15
6 months isn't good. We had a miscarriage two weeks ago after 3 months, that was hard enough!
banned#16
Happened to me and my Ex partner, it was that bad it split us up and i still suffer from it :(
#17
JonnyTwoToes
6 months isn't good. We had a miscarriage two weeks ago after 3 months, that was hard enough!


there aint any words..........sorry for your loss x
banned#18
bossyboots
JonnyTwoToes
6 months isn't good. We had a miscarriage two weeks ago after 3 months, that was hard enough!


Sorry to hear that - really awful. I know some posters on here have been through it and cant bare to imagine how u all cope with something like that


Cheers - very sad.
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[mod]#20
Very sad for anyone. Bless her. :(

Also, my wishes to you and your partner JohnnyTwoToes. Hope you both are ok.
banned#21
Syzable
Very sad for anyone. Bless her. :(

Also, my wishes to you and your partner JohnnyTwoToes. Hope you both are ok.


Cheers, that's very kind.
A very humbling experience, let's put it that way.

So my thought are with Lilly. Poor girl.
banned 2 Likes #22
What's horrible about this story is that we all know about it. Why should we have to know? Why should this be classed as "news"?

What's so wrong with the media in this country that this has to be broadcast?
banned#23
JonnyTwoToes
6 months isn't good. We had a miscarriage two weeks ago after 3 months, that was hard enough!


Jeez.... sorry to hear that dude! Not a nice thing. I can remember when my missus thought it was happening to her and feeling so helpless. (It didn't luckily!) Its no consolation when someone says "its natures way" or "it was probably for the best."
#24
tinkerbell28
Horrific I feel so sorry for her. A loss is hard enough at anytime, it must be horrific after viability is just such a blow. It's just awful :(Sorry for your loss also JTT.

Exactly; poor people to have lost their little ones - it must be devastating.
#25
sorry for ur loss JTT
#26
poor lilly this is heartbreaking for them
i think it makes it so much worse when people dont say a word and carry on like normal coz they dont know what to say or when they do say something its usually there was prob something wrong with it,it wasnt meant to be etc had to bite my tounge a few times when things like that were said especially when it came from family
jtt sorry to hear about your recent loss the feelings must still be very raw
banned#27
JonnyTwoToes
6 months isn't good. We had a miscarriage two weeks ago after 3 months, that was hard enough!


Sorry to hear that dude.

DJ1
What's horrible about this story is that we all know about it. Why should we have to know? Why should this be classed as "news"?

What's so wrong with the media in this country that this has to be broadcast?


I kinda agree, but you can't really blame her for issuing the statement. The press had it anyway.
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andywedge
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banned#29
my posts arn't off topic
[mod]#30
That is so sad. Poor girl.
[mod] 3 Likes #31
slamdunkin - you are posting to provoke a response and in no way can your posts be classed as 'respectful' with regards the subject matter - please do not repost - it's called trolling and is not permitted on the forum especially after the very specific earlier MOD request.

* To be clear slamdunkin - the Next post discussing the removed posts or their subject matter again will receive an infraction - we have been receiving multiple member reports about them and they are not permitted in this thread.


Edited By: sigma on Nov 01, 2010 18:55: *
#32
Its a shame but such things happen all the time, I have 2 family members who have tried for years and had many miscarriages, but both had health issues that affected them so thats why

She does not get any extra sympathy from me just for being a celeb.
#33
starsparkle2311
ryouga
Its a shame but such things happen all the time, I have 2 family members who have tried for years and had many miscarriages, but both had health issues that affected them so thats why

She does not get any extra sympathy from me just for being a celeb.


I don't think anyone is giving her extra sympathy for being a 'celeb'. I think most people are just expressing their sympathy to anyone who has gone through such a loss.


I was meaning, do people talk about a random person who has a miscarriage, so its only news because it happens to a celeb.


Edited By: ryouga on Nov 01, 2010 19:11: quoting error
#34
ryouga
Its a shame but such things happen all the time, I have 2 family members who have tried for years and had many miscarriages, but both had health issues that affected them so thats whyShe does not get any extra sympathy from me just for being a celeb.

yeh she's a celeb, but she still has feelings !!!!, for anyone to go through this must be horrific, no matter what stage of pregnancy !....just happens that hers has been publicised.....my heart goes out to anyone who has had to experience this !

feel for you JTT, hope you and family are well xx

Edited By: shopstilldrops on Nov 01, 2010 19:19: ?
#35
Being a celeb means that you are living your life in the spotlight. Good and bad.
There is no way she could hide the story so she has approached it in her own way.
Especially knowing that some pregnancies survive at this stage, must make it more difficult.
1 Like #36
It's so sad. I lost babies at about the same gestation, more than once and it was horrific. TRULY HORRIFIC. What I could never understand was a few weeks later my mum told me that she had given birth to my sister at exactly the same gestation, and she's perfectly 'normal' (AND that was 25 years ago!). I have deep sympathy for anyone who has gone through a miscarriage, stillbirth or similar. Nothing can help you feel better about it, or ease the pain. It won't ease, ever. And it does/can destroy relationships too, so much hurt... My thoughts are with JTT and Lily, in fact all mothers and mothers-to-be (and fathers too), everywhere.

Edited By: Penny Saver on Nov 01, 2010 19:29: .
banned 2 Likes #37
I'm guessing the discussion of the subject's lifestyle has been quashed if there's no mention thus far and mods have intervened?
banned#38
tinkerbell28

It's just awful and as a parent you just feel it. A freind of a friend recently had this at 38 weeks due to IUGR, she was due the same time as me and lost at 38 weeks. It's devastating for all those involved and as a parent you can't help but think what if, it's just the way it is.


Tinkerbell, my wife is looking at buggies. At what stage do you start buying stuff? I just think what if it happens to us, it would just make the whole thing 10 times worse I feel to have stuff like that in our house. I've told her how I feel, but she keeps saying but it's on sale now! What is the norm?
#39
lumoruk - the norm is 12 weeks, after my history I refused to see or buy baby stuff until 30 weeks. Usually after the 12 week viability scan it is VERY rare for anything to go wrong. But that doesn't mean things don't. God Willing, all will be well. Don't get too caught up in the what ifs, you and your wife have to enjoy this time too, it's special and magical, and over in a flash. Dont' worry yourself over what to do with stuff if it all goes wrong and you've bought it. You'll try again - one day, shove it in the roof and forget about it!
#40
lumoruk
tinkerbell28

It's just awful and as a parent you just feel it. A freind of a friend recently had this at 38 weeks due to IUGR, she was due the same time as me and lost at 38 weeks. It's devastating for all those involved and as a parent you can't help but think what if, it's just the way it is.


Tinkerbell, my wife is looking at buggies. At what stage do you start buying stuff? I just think what if it happens to us, it would just make the whole thing 10 times worse I feel to have stuff like that in our house. I've told her how I feel, but she keeps saying but it's on sale now! What is the norm?


on our part we lost 2 babies MMC we only found out at the 12 weeks scan, so when we went to DDs 12 week scan and there was still a baby there i coudlnt wait to buy stuff i was so happy but we didnt go proper mad until the next scan

we left all the big stuff cot/buggy etc at in laws house until couple weeks before due date

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