London: British actress Amanda Holden is devastated after her second miscarriage in nine months.
The 39-year-old `Britain`s Got Talent` judge whose baby boy was stillborn at seven months is awaiting the test results which is likely to throw some light on her miscarriage, reported Daily Mirror online.
"Tests on the baby will hopefully shed light on what happened. Amanda`s completely devastated and in shock," said her record producer husband Chris Hughes.
Following the news of her miscarriage, her showbiz pals rallied around her with heartfelt messages of support on `Twitter`.
Fellow reality TV star Myleene Klass echoed the thoughts of millions of TV viewers as she wrote, "My sweetheart, I`m so very sorry. Please God, watch over your family and your little angel in heaven."
Holden`s former Britain`s Got Talent pal Piers Morgan said, "So desperately sad for my special friend."
There were especially poignant messages from mums-to-be Holly Willoughby and Emma Bunton.
Willoughby wrote, "Thinking of you and sending you so much love."
Bunton added, "Absolutely devastated. Thinking of them and sending prayers."