Anna Foster: After losing two babies I felt that I’d never be happy again
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By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline. BBC radio presenter Anna Foster has spoken out about the heartache she felt after suffering from two miscarriages in a bid to lift the taboo on stillbirth. Scroll down for video. Anna and John Foster beam with happiness as they pose with their son Benjamin who was born in The Radio 5 broadcaster said with her first pregnancy, she woke up one day on the sofa and realised something wasn't right and a scan shortly afterwards showed that she had miscarried.
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She was inundated with cards from well-wishers but could barely bring herself to look at them and instead of feeling excited, she was filled with fear. Anna had previously had two miscarriages, one at eight weeks and one at 21 weeks and she was terrified the same thing was going to happen again. Their daughter Jessica arrived in