Tammy Hembrow's sister Emilee has shared the heartbreaking news that she has lost her unborn baby at 30 weeks pregnant.
The 28-year-old took to Instagram to share the incredibly sad update with her followers on Sunday night.
Alongside a black and white drawing of a woman and a small angel, she wrote: "In the name of god, the most merciful the most compassionate. Truly to god we belong and truly to him we shall return.
"God doesn’t give a person a burden which they can’t not handle in this life. There is really no test harder that a person can face, than a loss of their child. The bond that is created between the mother and her child, through pregnancy forms the strongest of bonds."
She continued: "God loves those who are patient through hardship. This world is short, and we believe our angel Jamal Reign Ada is waiting at the gates of paradise for mum and dad with open arms. Rest In Peace our little angel."
On her Instagram Story, Emilee said: "Please keep my family [and] I in your prayers. Rest In Peace our beautiful angel."
Tammy Hembrow commented on the photo saying: "I love you so much," while her older sister Amy Hembrow wrote: "You're the strongest person I know I love you."
Sky Wheatley commented on the photo: "I don’t even know what to say, I hope your okay This is the most heart breaking news..... I’m sending all my love right now... I feel so sick even reading this caption.... babe I’m here if you need to talk I’m so sorry my heart breaks for you & your family."
Jessika Power also wrote: "Oh Emilee... my heart is absolutely shattered for you and your partner. I’ll be thinking of you all."
Emilee, who is also mum to Aaliyah, three, and Gabriel, one, announced she was pregnant in February.
At the time she wrote: "We are over the moon to be expecting a new addition to the family. I’ve always dreamed of having a big family & we are so thankful to be able to give the kids another sibling... Thanking god for our little blessing everyday."
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