Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallet announce "rainbow baby" with family video

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Georgia Kousoulou and Tommy Mallet have announced they are expecting their second child.

The former TOWIE star and shoe designer, who tied the knot last year, shared in a family video that they are expecting their "rainbow baby" following a devastating loss in 2023.

The couple also shared the sex of their unborn baby, announcing that they are expecting a little girl in a clip shared on Instagram. Georgia and Tommy already share son Brody, three.

The emotional video saw Georgie reveal she went through IVF to conceive her daughter, who is set to arrive this year.

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Alongside the post, she wrote: "Our little rainbow baby due December. Words can’t express the emotions we have, we have prayed, wished & with a little help it’s happened...

"I can’t thank my team enough 😭 Rehan Salim you are the best IVF specialist - I’m so blessed we met you. & Michelle my amazing nurse who helped me every step of the way! These guys made my experience with IVF so much better than I could of even imagined."

She continued: "I was so scared as all the things I had heard beforehand but they were simply the best & held my hand the whole way through. Thank you for giving us the best gift of all.

"To anyone watching who is suffering .. I am with you & i know how you feel. I pray this post doesn’t trigger you. I know how hard it is seeing announcements. Please know you are not alone & please don’t give up hope."

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The couple's famous pals were quick to share their congratulations, including Vicky Pattison, Amy Childs, and Danielle Armstrong.

Georgia and Tommy have spoken about experiencing a termination for medical reasons (TFRM) last year, receiving the devastating news at their 12-week scan that their unborn child had rare chromosome disorder triploid syndrome.

If she had continued with her pregnancy, her baby would have been miscarried or stillborn.

Organisations including Sands and Tommy's are able to offer help and support to anyone affected by baby loss.

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