Amanda Holden is awaiting test results after her baby son was tragically stillborn at seven months last week.
Amanda Holden is awaiting test results after her baby son was stillborn at seven months.
The 'Britain's Got Talent' judge and her husband Chris Hughes - who have a five-year-old daughter Lexi together - lost their child last Tuesday (01.02.11) and are now waiting for tests from the West Middlesex Hospital, which will hopefully shed some light on the tragedy.
A spokesperson for the couple told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Tests on the baby will hopefully shed light on what happened. Amanda's completely devastated and in shock."
Meanwhile, the 39-year-old star's celebrity pals have rallied around her with touching messages of support on twitter.
Fellow mum-to-be Myleene Klass said: "My sweetheart, I'm so very sorry. Please God, watch over your family and your little angel in heaven."
Holly Willoughby - who is also expecting her second child with husband Dan Baldwin - added: "Thinking of you and sending you so much love."
Elsewhere, Amanda's former 'Britain's Got Talent' co-judge Piers Morgan explained he was "desperately sad" for the couple.
He wrote: "So desperately sad for my special friend."
Amanda recently admitted she suffered miscarriage in May 2010, which turned her into an "absolute mess".
She explained: "I have such a Charmed and lovely life and I just never imagined I would miscarry a baby. Never. You never think it might happen to you. Something went wrong. I certainly wasn't expecting anything to but sometimes Mother Nature lets you down.
"I was an absolute mess. Poor Chris was too but he was amazing."