'We lost our baby boy': Jack Osbourne's wife Lisa suffers late-term miscarriage
Friday 06 September 2013
Jack Osbourne and his wife Lisa have announced she has suffered a "late-term miscarriage".
The star's wife posted a message on her website saying she had been "dreading this announcement".
She said: "Jack and I lost our baby boy last week. Having a late-term miscarriage is by far the hardest thing either of us have ever had to go through.
"We appreciate all of your prayers and ask for privacy and respect during this time. It's important to stay hopeful and optimistic through life's toughest moments.
"We never know why things like this happen. All we can do is trust in God and know he has a plan for our lives."
The couple, who have a daughter Pearl, married in Hawaii last year only weeks after Jack, the son of rocker Ozzy and wife Sharon, found he had developed multiple sclerosis.
His mother recently returned as a judge on ITV's The X Factor.
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