The former GNTM candidate will be a mother for the second time. “Our angel is back,” she writes on Instagram. The 33-year-old only had to cope with a miscarriage in April.

With this photo, Fiona Erdmann (33) announced on Thursday afternoon on Instagram that she and her boyfriend Moe are expecting a second child.

Moderator Fiona Erdmann is pregnant again

«After everything that has happened this year, I feel blessed and am infinitely grateful that we can now embark on this wonderful journey again», she writes to the post.

Moderator Fiona Erdmann is pregnant again

That Joy and sorrow are often close together, the small family discovered in April: Fiona found out during a routine ultrasound that she had suffered a miscarriage.

This is what

  • Happy news from Fiona is about Erdmann (33): The presenter is pregnant again.

  • The former “Germany’s Next Top Model” candidate only had to cope with a miscarriage in April.

  • At first, she struggled with the pregnancy. “I was often gripped by the fear of another loss,” she writes on Instagram.

  • The family is now looking forward to the future with their “new miracle”.

To be able to share the good news with her fans, Fiona Erdmann is overjoyed: “Our angel is back, we are pregnant with a new little miracle,” wrote the 33-year-old on Thursday afternoon under an Instagram post. The baby's belly can be clearly seen in the picture. She leans against her partner Moe and holds her son Leo in her arms.

But the pregnancy was not easy for Erdmann at the beginning. “I want to be honest, it wasn't easy and I was often afraid of another loss,” she writes. No wonder: the former GNTM candidate only had to cope with a miscarriage in April, just nine months after the birth of Leo. At that time she was in the fifth month of her pregnancy.

Joy and sorrow close together

«Joy and sorrow are so close together. A few days ago we were the happiest family on earth. After a routine ultrasound scan, our heart is broken, ”she wrote about a picture of her baby bump. According to the German, who now lives in Dubai, the kid's heart “just stopped beating”.

In the meantime she has recovered from the shock and the joy outweighs it. “After everything that has happened this year, I feel blessed and am infinitely grateful that we can now embark on this wonderful journey again.” At the same time, she has a message for her fans: “I wish that I can encourage many women who have had a similar experience as me, that miracles will happen and that everything will be fine in the end.”

Have you or has someone you know lost a child?

Here you can find help:

Specialist office for child loss, advice during pregnancy, childbirth and the first lifetime

Himmelskind.ch, for acute care and grief counseling

SIDS, after sudden infantile death

Rainbow Switzerland Association, help for grieving families

Mein-Sternenkind.ch, for affected fathers, families, relatives

Lifewith.ch, for affected siblings

Appeal, telephone and online counseling for early miscarriages

Pro Pallium, funeral talks and funeral meetings

Seelsorge.net, offer from the Reformed and Catholic Churches

Muslim pastoral care, Tel. 043 205 21 29

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By Teresa Tapmleton

Teresa Tampleton has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Nizh TEkegram, Teresa Tampleton worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teresa@ntelegram.com 1-800-268-7341

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