"I felt like I’d failed me, I’d failed Tom I’d failed the baby."
The soon-to-be mum of three revealed that her biggest emotional battle was "going through a miscarriage. was the hardest thing. It feels like such a lonely grief.
"For me happened at 6 weeks, so before we had really told anyone . So then when you are telling people , you’re not only telling them that you were pregnant but that you’d lost a child. I felt like I’d failed me, I’d failed Tom I’d failed the baby.
She added, "it was my first taste of motherhood and I think it affected me in a really bad way." After overcoming this tough emotional battle, Giovanna is now pregnant with her third child, and we couldn't be happier for her.
She also talked about how social media plays an effect on our mental health. "There’s a lot of pressure on parents and mums, in particular, to feel like they’re getting it right all the time."
"It’s very easy to look at other people, especially on Instagram where it’s all glossy and everyone’s getting it right. You think 'why am I not like that? Why do I feel like I’m failing and getting it wrong?'
"Well actually, most people feel like that and there’s a whole place on the internet where you can go and find like-minded people who put your mind at ease."
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