Stephanie Davis 'all over the place' following miscarriage

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Stephanie Davis has confessed that she feels "all over the place" after tragically suffering a miscarriage.

The former Hollyoaks actress revealed earlier this week that she had suffered a miscarriage, and on Thursday, she updated her Instagram followers about her wellbeing, sharing that she was struggling to get out of bed and couldn't stop crying.

"C**p morning. Still in bed. Crying over what could have been and what if," she began. "Had a good chat with my mum on the phone and trying to be positive. Going to get out the bed and get my self (sic) in the shower and cream my skin as you can see it's so bad and all down to my neck.

"This isn't going to be the winter I thought it was going to be in my head. I know it will happen again, one day. Just all over the place right now and feel sad. Need to get positive and don't want to sound like oh come on get over it already but I just can't help it, feel empty."

The 28-year-old announced her miscarriage earlier this week with an Instagram video showing a montage of clips from her pregnancy, from her taking the test, telling her partner Oliver Tasker they were expecting their first child, and more. In the caption, she explained that she had been waiting for the 12-week mark to announce her pregnancy publicly but had recently found out "my pregnancy is no more".

"I couldn't wait to have my happy ever after with Oliver and Caben and our baby. I feel all over the place right now and know I was early but it still hurts," she wrote. "I know one day I'll get my happy ending but for now I just have to get through this."

The Celebrity Big Brother star shares a four-year-old son named Caben Albi with her ex Jeremy McConnell.

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