Reality star Whitney Port has revealed she has suffered another pregnancy loss.
Port shared the heartbreaking news with fans on her Instagram stories and in a YouTube video.
"I'm so sad to say this, and some of you may have watched our latest YouTube episode, but we lost the baby," the reality TV star wrote. "We found out yesterday. I don't even really know what to say here."
The Hills star also told fans she had recorded a 'full-on verbal diary of her thoughts and emotions' about the loss that she will share on her podcast next week.
"Sending all my love to those of you dealing with this right now," she continued. "And I don't want to be insensitive by making light of it, but glass half full- I don't physically feel like complete s--t anymore."
In her update on YouTube, Port cried as she sat next to her husband Tim Rosenman, who looked equally devastated, and explained their baby had 'no heartbeat'.
"I went today for the eight-week and four-day ultrasound, and last week the baby had doubled and he heard the heartbeat, and then this week there was no heartbeat," Port explained, adding that the couple had still been hopeful.
"The thought of just not having a second kid is too painful to bear," she said.
The news comes almost two weeks after the 36-year-old mum posted another YouTube video tearfully announcing she was suffering "likely another unhealthy pregnancy" following two previous miscarriages and a chemical pregnancy.
The couple, who are parents to four-year-old Sonny, had told fans they were "scared" about what is to come.
READ MORE: New mum regrets her daughter's unusual name
Port told viewers she didn't feel as if she could just "sit here and go on with my life and not share it", adding, "I know that there's likely so many people out there that have had to deal with this".
She said she wanted to be open and honest about it as she believes it's important for us to talk about these challenges as a society.
While she is grateful for her son Sonny and her partner Tim, the reality star said, "I feel scared for myself and my confidence and my self worth and what this means for that".
She invited other women who may be experiencing what she is going through to come to their platform to talk about it.
"Whatever irrational feelings you have about it are okay", she said.
Thousands of fans took to the video to show their support for the emotional couple.
"Thank you for being so open and vulnerable with us. It's not always an easy thing to do, but it speaks to what great humans you are. Sending so much love and light your way and hope baby stays healthy", one woman wrote.
Following the release of the video Port took to her Instagram to thank people for their love and support.
"It felt weird to talk about my pregnancy so early, but it didn't feel right to hold it in. Now we can REALLY go through this process together with no secrets, no hiding, just truths", she captioned a photo of herself.
Every year in Australia, one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage.
That's around 110,000 women, in addition to their partners and families, going through this trauma each year.
If you need immediate help please call Lifeline on 131114
For a daily dose of 9Honey, subscribe to our newsletter here.