Danniella Westbrook suffers miscarriage

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 20 September 2017
Danniella Westbrook

Danniella Westbrook

Daniella Westbrook has sparked rumours she's lost her unborn child after a cryptic post online

Danniella Westbrook has hinted she's suffered a miscarriage.

The 43-year-old actress revealed she was expecting her third child earlier this month but she has now sparked rumours she's lost her baby after she posted a cryptic message online last night (19.09.17) in which she said she was "hurting" from her "loss" and seemingly claimed her toyboy lover Alan Thomason was a "catfish."

She wrote: "Hurting from my loss.The hotel wasn't the only thing he destroyed that day. I never knew him at all! Walking away. #EnoughIsEnough #catfish (sic)."

The couple - who got engaged after just a few months of dating this year - hit the headlines last week after it was claimed that the former 'EastEnders' star had been slapped with a £800 fine after she and her then-beau trashed a hotel room in Benidorm, Spain, following a blazing row on September 8.

Their alleged argument took place just days after Danniella flew back to Spain after her appearance on 'Lorraine' to discuss her shock pregnancy.

she said at the time: "I'm great actually, really good, fantastic.

"I don't know if I'm having two because I'm huge. I'm only five weeks and I'm huge. It may well be twins but I don't have a scan for another four/five weeks."

Danniella - who also suffered a miscarriage last year when she was dating George Arnold - has battled with drug addictions for most her life but claimed she was clean during her interview because she realised there was more to life than cocaine.

The blonde star - who also has Kai, 20, and Jody, 14, with her ex-husband Kevin Jenkins - explained: "I did relapse after my marriage broke down and I'm a drug addict so that's what I would go to, some people would pick up a bottle, some gamble, some people have other addictions but mine unfortunately was drugs and is drugs. As a drug addict I can never say never but for me, I know there's a lot more to life than picking up that rubbish ... For myself, for my own two children that I've got already, before anything.

"And for my mum, and everyone I've put everyone through enough. And I'm just sick to death of it, I'm sick to death of relapsing, people are sick to death of hearing about is as well, and I just think life is a blessing and you have to embrace that life."

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