Pregnant Tiffany Watson forced to miss Jamie Laing and Sophie Haboos wedding

Mum-to-be Tiffany Watson has shared that she has been forced to miss her friends and former co-stars Jamie Laing and Sophie Haboo's wedding in Spain.

In an Instagram Q&A the Made In Chelsea star, 29, was asked if she'll be attending the big day, which will see the couple tie the knot for the second time after a previous ceremony in Chelsea.

Responding to the question Tiffany shared a snap of herself, Sophie, and some of their pals, to which she added the text: "I had it all booked, hotel, flights, etc.

"But sadly I'm no longer allowed to fly so can't go [crying emoji] so gutted I'm going to have serious FOMO all weekend!"

She continued: "@sophiehabboo so sad I'm going to not witness you being the most beautiful bride."

It comes just a couple of months after Tiffany announced that she is expecting her first baby with her husband, footballer Cameron McGeehan, 27.

Sharing the announcement on Instagram, the TV star wrote: "Baby McGeehan on the way.

"Pregnancy after miscarriage can come with a lot of anxiety and I’ve been having to take it one day at a time but very grateful for where we are on our journey."

Following her announcement, Tiffany revealed she struggled to keep her pregnancy secret because she was receiving an onslaught of angry messages from her followers who were convinced they already knew.

In a Q&A on her Instagram stories, one fan asked: "Think you are amazing btw! Did you find it easy hiding your pregnancy?"

After thanking them, the former reality TV star admitted how tough the journey had been, as she replied: "No! Everyone was messaging me on here saying it, even had some people sending me angry messages for not announcing!

"Close friends and family I had told had people questioning them all the time about it. I found it really hard but also knew I wasn't ready to share," the star went on.

She further explained she was also negatively affected by the constant questions because she'd experienced pregnancy loss the year before.

"I also think it's a totally inappropriate question to ask someone when you don't know their journey," she told her followers.

"When someone's ready to share they will. And questioning friends and family just puts them in an uncomfortable situation," Tiffany finished.


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