Hannah Spearritt pregnant: S Club 7’s Hannah Spearritt announces she is expecting a baby girl with Adam Thomas

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Hannah Spearritt announces she is pregnant with her first childHannah Spearritt announces she is pregnant with her first child [OK! Magazine]

Hannah Spearritt has revealed her baby joy and announced she is pregnant with a baby girl.

The former S Club 7 singer, 37, is due to give birth to her first child with boyfriend Adam Thomas in December.

Hannah’s happy news comes four years after she suffered a devastating second miscarriage in 2014.

Hannah Spearritt returned to EastEnders as Kandice TaylorHannah has devastatingly suffered two miscarriages previously[Getty]

Speaking to OK! magazine exclusively about her pregnancy with personal trainer Adam, the Reach singer said: “I had [a miscarriage] a few years previously with another partner.

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“They both happened early on in the pregnancies, around the five-week mark. It’s such an upsetting thing so it’s made it hard to relax this time, especially during the first few months. 

“Going through all that makes this pregnancy even more special, though. I feel very lucky that everything has been okay this time.”

S Club 7Hannah was part of S Club 7 for five years [Getty]

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 17: (L-R) Bradley McIntosh, Tina Barrett, Jo O'Meara, Hannah Spearitt, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Jon Lee attendThe band reunited for a greatest hits tour in 2013 [Getty]

Hannah’s joyous pregnancy comes after years of deteriorating health, kickstarted by breast implants that she had put in in August 2013.

Discussing her health issues, Hannah explained: “My body was shutting down. At my worst moments, I felt like I was dying.

“I was suffering from breathlessness to the point where I would be on the floor. Even thinking back to it is very surreal.”

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Adam, her partner of five years, added of the traumatic time: “The night before Hannah had her implants removed, I drove her down to Torquay where she was having the surgery.

“She couldn’t walk because she’d lost her balance. She was holding onto the wall while we were checking into the hotel and she didn’t have the energy to walk from the car to our room. She had ringing in her ears and was as white as a sheet.”

For the full story, pick up a copy of this week’s OK! magazine, on sale 25 September.

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