Former world’s strongest man Eddie Hall announces the tragic loss of his unborn baby girl and says: ‘Our hearts are exhausted’

A retired British strongman has tragically announced the loss of his unborn child.

Eddie Hall, 35, from Newcastle-under-Lyme, is famous for winning the World’s Strongest Man competition in 2017, but recently shared the heartbreaking loss of his unborn daughter.

December 3, he shared on Instagram a photo of their future “family of five” using the same moment Alexander’s wife announced her pregnancy in October, captioning it with tragic news.

Eddie said: “Sadly we have lost our unborn baby girl. Personally, we don’t want to talk or share too much right now and we don’t want to take it apart.

“There is no right way to deal with these things, only the path you choose. Our hearts are worn out and talking won’t change anything or bring her back.

Family man Eddie won the World's Strongest Man competition in 2017.

Family man Eddie won the World’s Strongest Man competition in 2017.

“We hope enough people see this so we don’t have to have this painful conversation in person.

“We need some time to recover now,” before signing off with, “Thanks for your understanding, Alex and Eddie.”

In October, the happy family shared a sweet snap at Voor Fruit Farm while wearing matching skeleton onesies.

Alexandra had a child’s skeleton on her stomach.

Addid captioned the snap: “Happy Halloween from the five of us,” announcing Alexandra’s pregnancy to his four million followers.

The couple already has an 11-year-old son, Maximum, and a five-month-old girl.

Eddie also has a daughter, Layla, from a previous relationship.

It comes after the dad tried to experience what it was like to be pregnant in a light-hearted video featuring Alexandra.

A couple pictured with their children at Woore Fruit Farm in Shropshire have lived out every parent's worst nightmare.

A couple pictured with their children at Woore Fruit Farm in Shropshire have lived out every parent’s worst nightmare.

In a YouTube video in May, the 35-year-old boxer donned a fake pregnancy bump and fake breasts purchased online and spent the day as his wife Alexandra, who was expecting their second child.

The 6ft 3in strongman, who once weighed 31 stone but is now a slimmer 25 stone, admitted he was “excited” about carrying around the extra weight as he attempted tasks such as running at school , running a family store and getting ready for work.

“The Beast” looked beyond ridiculous when he showed up for a yoga class and tried on maternity bras – in front of other shoppers – in the lingerie department.

Hall, who has previously swapped diets with his friend Tyson Fury, explained that he ordered a “super realistic” baby bump that simulates being pregnant at nine months and large fake breasts to try to get some idea of ​​what it’s like. be heavily pregnant.

After wearing his clothes, the husband and wife touched the pine cones in the kitchen and then filmed themselves doing Alexandra’s usual activities.