Lauren Goodger sees heartwarming ‘sign’ from daughter Lorena after marking six months since baby’s death
Lauren Goodger feels reassured that her late baby daughter is still with her after seeing a ‘sign’.
The Towie star has been grieving the death of her second child, Lorena, after doctors tried to save the newborn amid complications just moments after her birth in July.
It came amid a troubling year for Lauren, 36, who split from on-off boyfriend Charles Drury, suffered the death of her ex-boyfriend Jake McLean and was also assaulted on the day of Lorena’s funeral.
On Wednesday, the reality TV star shared a heartwarming post about late daughter, including a picture of a white feather falling past a bejewelled vase.
Lauren wrote: ‘I love when baby Lorena shows up next to me when I least expect it and shows me signs she is around.’
It comes just over a week after Lauren, who is also mother to two-year-old daughter Larose, marked the six-month anniversary since Lorena’s death.
The influencer told her Instagram followers on January 8: ‘My [angel emoji] is 6 months tomorrow.’
‘Pray for you tonight #Lorena,’ she added, followed by a white love heart.
Lorena died minutes after her birth, after she was born with two knots in her umbilical cord which was tied around her neck. Lauren watched as around 10 doctors fought to save her baby girl when they couldn’t find a heartbeat.
When announcing Lorena’s death last year, Lauren posted a photo of her newborn’s hand.
Speaking shortly after the ordeal, the former TV star told new magazine: ‘I’m healing. I’m still bleeding – I feel like I’ve been run over.
‘I’m not getting anywhere by blaming myself. I have to try and move forwards and accept it. First I need to understand it. She was just perfect.’
It was recently reported that Lauren is in talks to return to Towie following a difficult year, having last appeared on the ITV reality show in 2012.
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