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    Lee Latchford-Evans and his wife Kerry Lucy are expecting their first child, two years after a "heartbreaking" miscarriage

    The Steps star, 46, and his spouse - who tied the knot in 2012 - have shared their baby news after finding out in November that Kerry is pregnant


    Lee told OK! magazine: “We’re scared as much as we’re excited. We’ve wanted a baby for so long.”

    Kerry lost a child in 2018, 10 weeks into her pregnancy, and she admitted she thinks her husband was in "shock" when she showed him the pregnancy test.

    She recalled: “I did a test and it had a really faint line. Lee walked in and I said, ‘I think I’m pregnant.’

    “Lee’s eyesight isn’t the best and he said, ‘There’s definitely no pink line.’ I woke up at 4am the next day and did another and it was definitely positive.

    "I think Lee was in shock and still half asleep so I did a digital one that said ‘pregnant’ and I was like, ‘Do you believe me now?’ It took three tests!”

    Lee and Kerry wanted to wait until after their 20-week scan before sharing their pregnancy news, because although they are filled with "joy" about becoming parents, they also "worry" they could suffer another devastating loss.

    Kerry said: “It’s a mix of joy but also worry. You think, ‘Is it going to happen again?’ For us our safety net was the 20-week scan.

    “People say once you’re past the 12-week mark the risk of miscarriage lowers, so I’m trying to enjoy it.”

    Their first-born is due in July and Lee shared his news with his bandmates - Faye Tozer, Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Claire Richards and Lisa Scott Lee - by telling them he "might be quite busy" this summer and showing them the baby scan.

    The 'What The Future Holds' singer shared: “We had a meeting about our year ahead and we were going through what we’d be doing in August and September and so on, and I said, ‘I might be quite busy in August,’ and I held up our first scan picture to the camera and said, ‘I want you to meet someone.’

    “I filmed their reaction. They were fantastic. They cried, they cheered!"

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