Made in Chelsea star Tiffany Watson announces pregnancy with first child
Tiffany Watson has revealed she is pregnant with her first child with husband Cameron McGeehan.
The Made in Chelsea star, 29, made the happy announcement as she posted a series of photos showing off her blossoming baby bump, alongside her husband and golden retriever Kiki on Instagram.
The update comes after Watson shared that she had a miscarriage on E4’s Made in Chelsea last year.
The expectant star captioned: “Baby McGeehan on the way.
“Pregnancy after miscarriage can come with a lot of anxiety and I’ve been having to take it one day at a time but very grateful for where we are on our journey”.
Watson and McGeehan got married last May at St Michael and All Angels Church in Pirbright, Surrey.
Watson’s friends, along with fans, joined in on congratulating the star following her pregnancy announcement post.
Watson’s sister Lucy commented: “The best news ever. I can’t wait to meet them”.
Ex Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead said: “Congratulations gorgey! Amazing news”, as fellow former co-star Louise Thompson wrote: “Congratulations darling girl”.
Love Island alum Zara McDermott commented: “Congrats babe!!!! This is amazing news”.
Ferne McCann also wrote: “Ahhhhh babe this is gorgeous news congratulations”.
Watson revealed on Made in Chelsea last April that she suffered a miscarriage at the end of 2021.
The reality star confided in long-time friend and co-star Olivia Bentley about the tough experience, following the “big high” of getting engaged in the weeks prior.
Watson received praise and support from viewers after publicly opening up about her miscarriage, and she thanked her fans in a post following the programme.
Watson wrote at the time: “Overwhelmed by the amount of amazing, supportive messages I’ve received regarding the miscarriage I sadly suffered last year.
“So many of you reaching out to say you’ve been through or going through the exact same.
“I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t tempted to keep it quiet, not speak about it, pretend it never happened, but I realised if women continue to do this it’s going to continue to be a taboo topic, and that needs to change.”
Watson continued: “In the U.K., it is estimated that 1 in 4 pregnancies will end in miscarriage.
“If me sharing my personal story helps just one other going through the same, then that makes me happy.”