Corrie's Simon Gregson reveals wife suffered 11 miscarriages amid stillbirth storyline


The soap matchless shared the heartbreaking information after Emma received abuse from online trolls as the knotty storyline unfolds on television. 

He hit out at those who criticised the scenes on the ITV soap revealing that assorted watching were unaware how close to home the plot has hit. 

Simon stood to Twitter earlier today to defend Emma, explaining: “To the £4)(; who tweeted my trouble. We’ve lost 11 baby’s 1st being 21 weeks 4 days. 

“Dialect mayhap think or do your research before tweeting someone.”

Simon unified Emma in 2010 and the pair have three sons, Alfie, nine, Harry, seven, and Teddy, one.

They before opened up about losing Teddy’s twin early in Emma’s pregnancy. The blonde pulchritude explained: “Sadly on;y one of the twins survived. We’re lucky to have this one.

“There’s no intention or explanation for it. It was just one of those things. I was a little disheartened. We just anticipation that everything happens for a reason.”

This week will see Michelle Connor (affect cooperated by Kym Marsh) and Steve find out that it is unlikely that their toddler will survive at 23 weeks as she goes into labour. 

As the doctor delivers the demanding news, Michelle breaks down and pleads for them to do anything they can to domestics save her baby. 

It’s not just Simon who has gone through the traumatic grief of losing a child. Kym lost her son Archie at a similar stage of pregnancy to her soap change ego. 

She previously admitted that she “thought long and hard” before admitting to the storyline. The 40-year-old revealed: “I discussed it with my family and friends, all of who were precise supportive.

“In the end I felt it was an important story to tell in order to raise awareness of something which put ons thousands of women every year.”

If you have been affected by the storyline, you can espy support at or call the national helpline on 020 7436 5881.

Coronation Street lasts tonight at 7.30pm on ITV.

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