Pregnant Rochelle Humes cries as she “struggles to cope” with intense morning sickness

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Rochelle Humes admitted that she locked herself in to cry as she struggled to cope with the side effects of her third pregnancy.

The TV presenter, who is expecting a third child with her husband Marvin, posted a great photo on Instagram yesterday and told fans that she is having a difficult day.

Next to a photo of her with her daughters Alaia-Mai and Valentina Raine, the star confessed that she was locked up and cried for the day.

She wrote, “Today has been by far one of the most difficult days to overcome … this” morning “(or all day) the disease is really not moving. I locked myself in the main room today and cried. “



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“These little ladies must have felt it because they have been as good as gold for me all day. Early at night I think … ”added Roch.

Her famous friends and fans sent many reassuring messages to encourage Rochelle.

Former TOWIE star Chloe Lewis wrote, “Ohh, it’s so cute. I send you kisses. “



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Amanda Holden simply commented with a heart, sending her love to the expectant mother.

While another advised: “So good girls, try eating a dry cookie in the morning xx”

“Oh my God, I felt bad with my boy, not so much just horrible illness throughout the pregnancy. There were girls before and very well so different.

Rochelle and Marvin were overwhelmed with joy when they announced their baby at the start of the month, with an Easter-themed photo.

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A blackboard said, “We are watching Humes Babies” and was surrounded by baby accessories.

The couple are expecting their third child in October and are delighted to be parents again.

Rochelle captioned the post: “There is a baby rabbit in my oven ..”

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