Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner Honor Miscarried Son, One Year Later
Married at First Sight's Jamie Otis Honors Baby She Lost
One year ago, reality star Jamie Otis and husband Doug Hehner suffered a heartbreaking tragedy, losing their unborn son just four months into Jamie's pregnancy.
On Wednesday, the couple, who met and married on the showMarried at First Sight,planted a tree in honor of the son they named Johnathan,Peoplereports. In addition to the backyard memorial, Otis, 31, marked the occasion with an Instagram post. ""A year ago today was one of the most difficult, saddest days of my life … today is our angel baby's heavenly birthday," she wrote.
Otis opened up to WomansDay.com last year, just two months after the devastating loss, about the loneliness and isolation she felt immediately following. "People in my life, who meant well, tried to console me by saying things like, "At least you know you can have a baby," or "At least you weren't that far along in your pregnancy," but all I'd think is,Are you effing kidding me?" she said.
Last December, on what was to be their firstborn's due date, Otis and Hehner, 36, received news of a rainbow at the end of their storm: they were expecting again. The couple publicly shared news of the pregnancy before Otis was even 12 weeks along.
Video: Married at First Sight’s Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner Pose for Rainbow Themed Maternity Shoot
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