'Gordon was amazing': Tana Ramsay opens up about devastating pregnancy loss

Tana Ramsay spoke about her 2016 pregnancy loss.
Tana Ramsay spoke about her 2016 pregnancy loss. Photo: Instagram

Tana Ramsay has opened up about the devastating pregnancy loss she suffered in 2016, reflecting on how 'amazing' her husband, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay was.

Despite being known for his tough exterior and loud outbursts on TV, the 46-year-old spoke told UK magazine Metro that her husband bought her the most comfort after losing their baby, five months into the pregnancy.

"Gordon was amazing, and he's always been one to talk about everything and he was very good at sort of talking it out of me and never making me feel that, 'Oh, you know, maybe we shouldn't talk about it,'" she said.

"All I wanted to do was talk about it with friends, with family, with anyone who asked me about it because it was incredibly hard. You go from having a baby kicking inside of you to suddenly it's not there, and it was a really hard experience."

The mum-of-five also praised Chrissy Teigen for speaking candidly about her own pregnancy loss, saying it's not something that's discussed enough and there is still a stigma surrounding it.


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"I found it really hard when people would talk to me and not mention it because it was like it never happened," she explained.

"When I read about her situation, I don't know the ins and outs, but certainly a lot of it sounded incredibly similar to mine," she said. "It brings it all back and I think she was amazing for talking about it and posting the photos that she did."


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Tana shares 20-year-old twins Jack and Holly and daughters Matilda, 19, and Megan, 22, and Oscar, 17 months with Gordon, 54.

Ms Ramsay announced earlier in the week she's partnered with Pampers UK & Ireland for World Prematurity Day, supporting the #PampersForPreemies campaign together with premature baby charity Bliss and Create, an in-hospital secure video messaging service, to help parents of premature babies stay connected with their newborns.