Myleene Klass says she was too terrified to drink water after devastating miscarriages

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Smooth presenter Myleene Klass revealed she had four miscarriages in a heartbreaking Instagram post last year, and the star says she still recalls the "grief" and "panic" to this day.

The radio host, 43, went into detail about how scared she was to drink water when she was pregnant with her third child Apollo, two.

“I had so many scans my midwife said he was the most photographed baby in history," she shared. "I didn’t want to drink water as I was scared of needing the loo and seeing blood.”

Myleene's third miscarriage came when she went to the toilet before going back to present her show on Smooth.

"I remember the despair, grief and anger. And the panic," she reflected. “But it wasn’t until I looked back at my diaries that I ­realised how broken I was.

“By the fourth time, it was just a spiral of absolute terror.”

When Myleene discovered she had miscarried, she managed to finish the last hour of her presenting slot.

She told Psychologies magazine: "I didn’t know what else to do. I didn’t want to go home because I was going to have to deliver the news and break the magic.

“But life doesn’t stop and I took my daughter to dance class as soon as I got back.

"There was no time to catch my breath because I have ­children who rely on me and who I need to protect.”

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Myleene is filming a new documentary to explore the "dark secret" of miscarriages.

The programme will be called Myleene Klass: Miscarriages and Me where she will discuss miscarriage in detail with several other women who have gone through the same tragedy as her.

"After my miscarriages, I had to try and find some answers, some peace, some solidarity with people who've been through it too," she said of the documentary.

"You just don't want to feel alone because the defining feeling of miscarriage is feeling alone.

"Making this film, I've realised that so many women around me have had miscarriages."

The star went on to say: "How can I know so much about their lives but not know something that's shaped who they are and the way they are?"

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