Messages of support have flooded in for Amanda Holden after it was revealed she had tragically lost her unborn baby.
The Britian's Got Talent judge was seven months pregnant with a little boy, but went to hosptial after he stoped moving.
The 39-year-old is believed to have suffered complications and the baby was stillborn.
A spokesperson for Amanda and her husband Chris Hughes said: "They are utterly devastated. Amanda had been closely monitored throughout her pregnancy and it is not yet known what went wrong."
Friends of the couple have taken to Twitter to express their sadness.
Father-to-be James Corden said: "Sending all my love and prayers to Amanda and Chris."
Meanwhile, Lorraine Kelly wrote: "My sincere condolences to Amanda and Chris - so sad they've lost their baby - my thoughts are with them and their families."
The messages from her pregnant friends were especially poignant.
"Thinking of you and sending you so much love," Holly Willoughby wrote.
Myleene Klass said: "My sweetheart I'm so very sorry. Please God watch over your family and your little angel in heaven."
Dancing On Ice judge Emma Bunton wrote: "Absolutely devastated for Amanda and Chris, thinking of them and sending our prayers at this very sad time."
Amanda had been due to return to the Britain's Got Talent live shows in May, and also star in the West End musical Shrek, but it is not certain at this time whether that will happen.