Gold Coast influencer Emilee Hembrow reveals heartbreaking pregnancy loss at 30 weeks

Photos: Instagram
Photos: Instagram 

Tammy Hembrow's sister, Emilee, has revealed that she has lost her unborn baby at 30 weeks pregnant.

The 28-year-old social media influencer from the Gold Coast took to Instagram to share the heartbreaking news with her 1.1 million followers.

​"Truly to God we belong, and truly to Him we shall return. God doesn't give a person a burden which they can't not handle in this life," she wrote alongside an image by UK artist Tiff Nelhams.

She described the loss of her little boy, Jamal Reign Ada, as "the hardest test".

"There is really no test harder that a person can face, than a loss of their child," she wrote. "The bond that is created between the mother and her child, through pregnancy forms the strongest of bonds."

Friends and follower's of Emilee's flooded her social media page with messages of love and support. 

Fitness influencer Ashy Bynes commented: "I am SO sorry. I cannot even begin to imagine. RIP little guy. Sending you so much love."

Emily Skye, who gave birth to her second child just last week said: "Oh Emilee my heart is breaking for you. I am so sorry. I'm praying and thinking of you. Sending all my love to you and your family."


PR maven and mum-of-two Roxy Jaceneko wrote: "Sending love beautiful girl - so sorry for your loss." 


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Jamal is Emilee's third child. She is also mum to three-year-old Aaliyah, and one-year-old Gabriel.

The influencer, who announced the pregnancy in February, had previously posted about how much she was looking forward to expanding her family and shared regular updates about her pregnancy journey. 

"We are over the moon to be expecting a new addition to the family. I've always dreamed of having a big family & we are so thankful to be able to give the kids another sibling... Thanking god for our little blessing everyday."

The loss of a baby during pregnancy is absolutely devastating at any stage, but technically a miscarriage describes the loss of a baby before 20 weeks of pregnancy and stillbirth describes the loss after 20 weeks.

Sadly, stillbirth is not uncommon, with about 1 in 100 births in Australia a stillbirth or newborn death.

If you or someone you know has suffered a miscarriage or stillbirth and needs help and support, please go to or call  the 24-hour helpline 1300 072 637.