Kym Marsh honours angel baby Archie with heartbreaking tribute

Kym Marsh has remembered her son Archie in an emotional post for Baby Loss Awareness Week. The former Coronation Street actress shared the moving tribute on her Instagram and it’ll certainly bring a tear to your eye.

The mum penned a heartfelt message alongside a photo of candles and a print of Archie’s feet. 

She wrote, “Today we remember all of those babies who became angels far too soon, and all of the parents whose hearts remain broken.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“I am one of those parents. I am a mummy to an angel baby and I am forever grateful to have had him in my life no matter how short a time,” she continued.

The actress added, “Let’s stand together, lift the taboo and break the silence of baby loss. Sending love to all.”

Kym’s followers showered the post with moving comments.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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One shared, “My wife lost a baby (Robert) before I met her. The pain I see her go through every anniversary is heartbreaking. No words can express my heartfelt sympathy for any couples who have gone through the pain of losing a baby.”

Another mum added, “I’m feeling it too my baby died in April keep strong.”

“I lost my twin boys in 2008, they were stillborn. My heart goes out to every mother, parent, relative of babies taken far too soon,” another shared.

There’s no doubt Kym’s post will resonate with many mums who have suffered similar losses.

We are thinking of everyone who has lost a baby. The pain is indescribable. 

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