Jessie J revealed she ‘loudly sobbed’ while putting a pram together as she prepares to give birth to her son.
The singer, 34, took to Instagram on Tuesday night to confess that she broke down in tears when putting together a pram from her unborn son.
She told her 12.6million followers that she felt 'happy and scared' ahead of welcoming her son into the world
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday night, the mum-to-be wrote: "Sat sobbing putting the pram together. Like sobbing loud.
"Still doesn't feel real. Happy, scared, can't believe it, excited af, what if I can't do it, he will be so small, I'm going to love him so much tears…"
Jessie then added: "@stokkebaby if you want that as an advert on a billboard let me know."
It comes after the singer announced her pregnancy last month, after suffering a miscarriage in November 2021.
The singer took to social media to reveal the news as she debuted her growing bump in a video clip featuring a montage of photos of her pregnancy over the last few months and even revealed a sneaky peek at her sonogram and pregnancy test.
Alongside the clip, the singer wrote: “I am so happy and terrified to finally share this…Please be gentle with me. Honestly, ya girl just wants to ugly cry in public in a catsuit eating a chocolate covered pickle with no questions asked.”
The pop sensation announced the news alongside the emotional montage of her pregnancy timeline set to her iconic track Sunflower as she showcased a Clear Blue pregnancy test confirming the exciting development.
Later that evening, the mum to be took to Instagram Stories to reveal why she'd chosen to keep quiet about her pregnancy for so long.
She penned: "As I lay here (2am) can't sleep thinking about today and the overwhelming amount of love and support I am feeling I can't help but think about all the women and men still struggling with loss and infertility.
"It feels so strange to be on this side after being told I would never get pregnant to pregnancy loss to then being pregnant and how quickly it is all happening."
Jessie continued: "My mind hasn't full processed that it's actually happening some days which is why I kept it quiet for so long.
"The anxiety in the beginning was overwhelming and I felt like I had my eyes closed just hoping it all would continue to go well.
"Which in moments I still very much have whilst allowing myself to feel the joy and celebration of this experience."
She added: "I don't even know what my point is tbh. I just am still with you and I haven't forgotten about any of it. I still want to hug anyone struggling.
"I don't take a second of this for granted and continue to pray for a safe landing of this magical baby every day."
She ended the emotional post: "I know I have been blessed with the biggest gift I will ever receive and I pray more than anything you get yours. However that looks."
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