Ben Foden's wife Jackie reveals tragic miscarriage as she hits back at cruel troll | The Sun
BEN Foden's wife Jackie Belanoff-Smith has revealed she and her husband have suffered a tragic miscarriage.
The American spouse of the rugby ace opened up about the devastating loss as she hit back at a cruel troll on instagram.
The actress and entrepreneur, 37, responded to a vile message on the social media platform that criticised her appearance and compared her unfavourably to Ben's ex, Saturdays singer Una Healy.
Jackie hit back: "I was pregnant for a while so I haven't had Botox in a while so I haven't had Botox in a while, just had a miscarriage last week, and my 2 year old has sleep regression so I haven't slept in a million years."
She continued: "I apologise if my old haggard appearance bothers you. I noticed you don't have any photos of yourself though… but you're probably just too ridiculously good looking for people to even have the privilege of witnessing."
The post was the first time Jackie has revealed she was pregnant.
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Ben and Jackie are parents to a 2 year-old daughter, Farrah, while Ben is also dad to daughter Aoife, 10, and son Tadhg, seven, from his marriage to Una.
In March this year Ben announced his retirement from professional rugby after 18 years.
He announced on Instagram: "So after lots of deliberation I’ve decided to finally hang up my playing boots from professional rugby.
"From a young ‘Pop Idol’ starting at @salesharks to 10 years at @northamptonsaints to finally finishing my career with @rugbyunitedny it’s been a 18 year career filled with every emotion possible.
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"Rugby has given me so much through my life time and given me enough memories to keep me smiling for the rest of my days.
"It’s taken me all over the world and I feel privileged to say it’s given me friendships and a family I can always depend on.
"To everyone who has been part of this journey with me, thank you for everything! – Rugby really is a wonderful game and has certainly enriched my life.
"I promise to always, (wherever possible) give back to the game I loved playing so much.
"Excited for the next chapter in my life and what’s around the corner.
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"Finally thank you Dad for making this incredible journey possible. Foden 15 out."
In January he competed on ITV's Dancing on Ice but was the first celeb to be eliminated.
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