Made in Chelsea's Tiffany Watson announces pregnancy

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Made in Chelsea star Tiffany Watson has confirmed her family is soon set to expand as she’s expecting a child with her footballer husband Cameron McGeehan.

The news comes almost a year after the reality TV star publicly revealed she had suffered a miscarriage.

Taking to Instagram, Watson announced to her followers that she’s expecting a baby while also opening up about the mental challenges that come with being pregnant again following a miscarriage.

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Watson shared three heartwarming photos of herself showing off her growing baby bump alongside McGeehan and their beloved pet dog.

"Baby McGeehan on the way," she wrote, captioning the images. "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."

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Upon seeing the post, many of Watson’s friends, fans and Made in Chelsea co-stars flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages.

"The best news ever. I can’t wait to meet them," her sister Lucy Watson wrote.

"Congrats babe!!!! This is amazing news," Zara McDermott added, with Emily Blackwell writing: "Aww this is amazing. Congratulations guys."

"Congratulations gorgey! Amazing news," Binky Felstead commented.

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Watson later posted on her Instagram Stories thanking her followers for the numerous messages of support, admitting she was initially "scared to go public" with her pregnancy news.

The reality star went on to further thank some fans in particular who had shared stories of their own experiences.

"Thank you so much to those that have shared their story with me about their pregnancy after loss anxiety too," she said. "It really is hard.

"For those going through miscarriage or any form of miscarriage related anxiety, I am sending so much love and I know exactly how you feel."

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