Jeremy Kyle reveals wife Victoria Burton suffered a devastating second miscarriage earlier this year… after announcing this week they’re expecting their second child together

Jeremy Kyle has revealed his wife Victoria Burton suffered a devastating miscarriage earlier this year.

It comes after the television presenter, 58, announced earlier this week that he and Victoria are expecting their second child together, his sixth child overall.

Former talk show host Jeremy said he and wife Victoria were on an ’emotional rollercoaster’ after she had the miscarriage in March.

The couple endured another miscarriage in 2019 before they went on to welcome their son Oliver, now three, in 2020.

Victoria, 40, opened up about the first loss, when she was eight weeks pregnant, saying doctors had to sadly inform her that they couldn’t find the baby’s heartbeat in the early scan. 

Heartbreaking: Jeremy Kyle, 58, has revealed his wife Victoria Burton, 39, suffered a devastating miscarriage earlier this year 

Victoria, who married Jeremy in October 2021, told the Mirror: ‘It was devastating. People say, “It’s so early, it’s just a bunch of cells”, but as a woman you can’t help but get attached to what’s going on in your body.’

They were given false hope when Victoria went for a procedure to remove the foetus and were told there was a heartbeat after all. 

But a week later the couple was told it would not be possible to go on with the pregnancy. 

Jeremy said: ‘The second miscarriage was the hardest for Vic. Because we’d had one before, we tried not to get excited. It was an emotional rollercoaster.’

Victoria said that during a reiki healing session she got a message from Jeremy’s late mother Nanette, who died six years ago, insisting the couple would have a baby girl.

She explained: ‘The lady kept saying she could see pink and we were going to have a girl. She said, “I can see you holding a little girl’s hand with Oliver. The little girl has got a dress on that has bright red roses all over it”.

‘Jez’s mum’s favourite flower was a red rose – she had red roses everywhere in her garden. It felt like that was his mum saying there’s going to be a little girl coming along.’

Jeremy added that once they’d moved home, Victoria placed an order for some duvet sets and pillows and in the middle of the package was a pair of pink dungarees which they had not ordered.

Baby news: It comes after Jeremy has revealed he’s set to become a father for the sixth time as his wife Victoria is pregnant with their second child

Victoria was at this point already pregnant with their baby girl who is due next year. 

It comes after Jeremy revealed he’s set to become a father for the sixth time as Victoria is pregnant with their second child.

Speaking to The Sun, Jeremy said he and Victoria are ‘over the moon’ to be welcoming another child early next year, adding his family will be ‘complete.’

He said: ‘Vic says I need to set up a side business by bottling it because I’m 58 and I’ve only got one testicle, but everyone knows that anyway.

‘The other kids are really happy, although my eldest Harriet thinks I need sectioning.

‘I personally think it’s my late parents having a laugh from up above, to be honest.’

Jeremy, who is also a grandfather, previously overcame a battle with testicular cancer in 2012, and has since strongly advocated for men’s health issues.

As well as son Oliver, Jeremy is father to daughters Harriet, 32, Alice, 18, Ava, 17, and son Henry, 13, who he shares with ex-wife Carla Germaine.

Back in October, Jeremy said he would miss Vicky and Oliver as he threw himself into work for his new live show on TalkTV.

The TV star made his television comeback with a brand new live show on TalkTV – three years after his daytime programme was axed following the death of guest Steve Dymond.

When asked what he would miss about returning to work, he said of his loved ones: ‘Not being there at bathtime! No, I’m kidding. I would love to be there every night. Oliver and Victoria have changed my life.

‘Oliver’s two and a half and completely rules the roost, to be perfectly honest. He’s changed me completely. He shouts, “Daddy!” when he sees me on screen now.

Family: The broadcaster shared the news that he’s set to welcome a daughter in the coming months, after he and Victoria welcomed their son Oliver, in 2020

When asked what he would miss about returning to work, he said of his loved ones: ‘Not being there at bathtime! No, I’m kidding. I would love to be there every night. Oliver and Victoria have changed my life.

‘Oliver’s two and a half and completely rules the roost, to be perfectly honest. He’s changed me completely. He shouts, “Daddy!” when he sees me on screen now.

‘My kids, my grandkids, my family, my wife saved me. Harriet is an amazing mum with two toddlers. Alice is about to go to university; Henry is about to go to boarding school; Ava has just got eight GCSEs. It’s amazing, she’s severely dyslexic. It’s incredible what she’s done, amazing. I’m so proud.

‘But I’ve always wanted to go back to live television. It’s the best of what I’ve always loved doing.’

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