Charlotte Crosby 'overwhelmed' by fan support
- Bang Showbiz
- 8 June 2016
Charlotte Crosby has admitted she's shocked by the amount of support she's received from fans since she revealed last week she suffered an ectopic pregnancy
Charlotte Crosby is "overwhelmed" by the support she's received since revealing she'd suffered an ectopic pregnancy.
The blonde beauty opened up last week about how she almost died when she was forced to have emergency surgery after the pregnancy, which is when a fertilised egg implants itself outside of the womb, had ripped open her fallopian tube, and has now thanked fans for their kind messages.
She said: "I'm totally overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and love from fans, the public and so many brave women sharing their stories. It's amazing."
After opening up about her ordeal, Charlotte's former boyfriend Gary 'Gaz' Beadle blasted her for going public, but she insists it was important for her to speak out so she could move on without people urging her to reconcile with her 'Geordie Shore' co-star.
She told heat magazine: "I was sick of everyone being like, 'I feel so sorry for Gary, try and sort it out.
"I've still got people tweeting us saying they want us to be together and I just want to finally put this to bed and for all this to be completely over because that's all I want now."
Charlotte - who quit 'Geordie Shore' following her shock announcement - was blasted by Gaz last week after they previously agreed not to make the news public.
He said at the time: "Both my management and Charlotte's agreed we wouldn't do any interviews or talk about this horrible situation. I hadn't planned to anyway.
"Only a handful of my closest friends knew. At the end of the day, I was going to be a dad. We were going to be parents, then this happened. It's bloody awful.
"I am devastated for the both of us. That is why, when I woke up yesterday to see it everywhere, I was shocked. Rightly or wrongly, for me some things need to remain private. That may sound weird for someone who's had sex on TV, but that's the way it is."