‘I felt bad.’ Jamie Oliver’s wife discusses PTSD and her five miscarriages while advocating for change.


‘I felt bad.’ Jamie Oliver’s wife discusses PTSD and her five miscarriages while advocating for change.

Following a near-fatal miscarriage, JAMIE OLIVER’S wife Jools has spoken out about her PTSD and reproductive issues.

Jamie Oliver and his wife Jools, both 46, are the proud parents of five children, but it wasn’t always easy for them to become parents. The model and novelist has spoken openly about her miscarriages, including how she went so far as to cease telling Jamie and her friends about her pregnancies at one point.

“I felt bad since I had four children and thought I couldn’t tell people about my miscarriages,” she explained.

“I stopped telling my friends, and I didn’t even tell my mother because I knew she’d think, ‘You’re 40, you have a lovely family, you have everything you’ve ever wanted, why are you pushing it?’

“At times, I didn’t even tell Jamie I was pregnant because I was afraid he’d think, ‘Why are we going through this all again?’” she continued.

“I was under the impression that I was torturing people for my own selfish gain, and that’s terrible.”

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After being diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome at the age of 17, Jools explained that conceiving was difficult.

She was administered medicine to help her ovulate after failing to conceive for over a year.

This procedure assisted Jools in becoming pregnant with the couple’s first child, daughter Poppy, who is now 19 years old.

Daisy, 18, and Petal Blossom, 12, are the couple’s daughters, and Buddy, ten, and River, five, are the couple’s sons.

Before River was born, Jools had her first miscarriage.

She went on to have four more, the second of which was nearly deadly.

The model developed Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of the encounter, which is a mental health condition brought on by a terrible experience.

Around one out of every ten women suffers from this illness.

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“Miscarriages can be so incredibly hazardous, they can take your life,” said Saying Goodbye Founder and CEO Zoe Clark-Coates MBE on her Life and Soul Podcast.

“I have flashbacks that I will have to live with for the rest of my life, which is quite difficult.”

Following that, Jools and Zoe discussed the lack. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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