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Courtney Stodden pens poem about tragic miscarriage

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Courtney Stodden pens poem about tragic miscarriage

Heartbroken Courtney Stodden says she will "never get over" her recent miscarriage.

The 21-year-old reality star was expecting her first child with husband Doug Hutchison but lost the baby earlier this month and has now taken to Twitter to share a poem addressed to her unborn child.

She captioned the post: "my heart is broken but I love you angel" and wrote: "Never will I have the fortune to look into your precious eyes, I wonder what color they would have been. Probably blue like mine - like your daddy's too.

"I'll never get over the painful fact that I would be able to cradle you in my arms. I'll never be able to rest my cheek on yours and tell you how much I love you.

"I'll never get over this ... losing you. I hope you know how much I miss you growing inside of my tummy. I hope that you know I wanted to give you life... a beautiful life - and desired so much to watch you grow into an incredible human being (sic)."

Earlier Courtney - who is believed to have been around three months pregnant - tweeted: "Having a hard day #sad (sic)."

Courtney's manager confirmed the miscarriage earlier this month, saying: "It is with a heavy heart to inform you that last week Courtney Stodden suffered a heartbreaking miscarriage. Courtney and her husband, Doug, are at an emotional loss for words and are using this time to grieve with their close family and friends.

Courtney married 56-year-old actor Doug in 2011 but split just two years later. However, they soon reconciled as she said she knew Doug was the one she wanted to spend the rest of her life with.

In May they announced they were having a baby and they also renewed their vows to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary.