Teresa Palmer shares her miscarriage heartbreak: 'First and last bump picture'

'My first and last bump picture': On Thursday, Teresa Palmer shared an Instagram post remembering her miscarriage in 2015. Dressed in a bra and shorts while showing off her small bump, she smiled in this photo taken just a day before learning her child wouldn't survive

Teresa Palmer is a mother to four children.

And on Thursday, the 34-year-old actress shared a heartbreaking Instagram post remembering her miscarriage in 2015.

To mark International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, the Hacksaw Ridge star posted what she described as ‘her first and last bump picture’.

'My first and last bump picture': On Thursday, Teresa Palmer shared an Instagram post remembering her miscarriage in 2015. Dressed in a bra and shorts while showing off her small bump, she smiled in this photo taken just a day before learning her child wouldn't survive

‘My first and last bump picture’: On Thursday, Teresa Palmer shared an Instagram post remembering her miscarriage in 2015. Dressed in a bra and shorts while showing off her small bump, she smiled in this photo taken just a day before learning her child wouldn’t survive

Dressed in a black bra and matching shorts, she smiled in the photo while showing off her small bump.

She wrote in the caption: ‘This was my first and last “bump” picture when I was pregnant with my second baby in 2015.

‘The following day we found out that this baby would never grow to be the little person I had dreamed them up to be.’

Heartbreak: In the caption of the post, the 34-year-old penned, 'This was my first and last "bump" picture when I was pregnant with my second baby in 2015. The following day we found out that this baby would never grow to be the little person I had dreamed them up to be'

Heartbreak: In the caption of the post, the 34-year-old penned, ‘This was my first and last “bump” picture when I was pregnant with my second baby in 2015. The following day we found out that this baby would never grow to be the little person I had dreamed them up to be’

Teresa added: ‘Today is International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. To all those lost babies and the ones mourning them, I am thinking of you.⁣ 

She also paid tribute to her grandmother, who was seen in a photo on the cabinet beside her, who’d also lost her baby in the 1950s.

‘Honouring her today and so many other angels,’ she wrote.

'I am thinking of you': Teresa continued, 'Today is International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. To all those lost babies and the ones mourning them.⁣' Pictured is Teresa with her third child, daughter Poet Lake

‘I am thinking of you’: Teresa continued, ‘Today is International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. To all those lost babies and the ones mourning them.⁣’ Pictured is Teresa with her third child, daughter Poet Lake 

This is not the first time Teresa has discussed her heartbreaking miscarriage.

In 2018, she shared a bittersweet photo to Instagram that was taken just moments before she learned she was losing her baby.

The image showed her holding her son Bodhi, now six, alongside her husband, Mark Webber, 40, as they awaited the results of an ultrasound. 

She captioned the photo: ‘August 13, 2015. Seven weeks pregnant and waiting for the doctor to come in to see the heartbeat of our second baby. 

'We never got to see our baby's heartbeat': This is not the first time Teresa has discussed her heart breaking miscarriage. In 2018, she shared the moment before she learned she was losing her baby, alongside her husband Mark Webber, 40, and their son Bodhi, now six

‘We never got to see our baby’s heartbeat’: This is not the first time Teresa has discussed her heart breaking miscarriage. In 2018, she shared the moment before she learned she was losing her baby, alongside her husband Mark Webber, 40, and their son Bodhi, now six

‘A few minutes later she walked in, we were giddy with excitement, but we never got to see our baby’s heartbeat, instead we heard the words, “I’m so sorry this baby doesn’t look viable.”‘

Teresa then learned she had a molar pregnancy, which occurs when the cells that normally form placenta develop into normal cells instead and can be ‘potentially cancerous.

‘I needed surgery immediately. I was whisked away into the operating theatre to have a D&C [dilation and curettage]. It was the first time I’d ever been in hospital,’ she explained.

'It still haunts us': Teresa wrote, 'it was the most terrifying, traumatic and grief filled experience we've ever been through'

‘It still haunts us’: Teresa wrote, ‘it was the most terrifying, traumatic and grief filled experience we’ve ever been through’

‘It was the most terrifying, traumatic and grief filled experience we’ve ever been through. It still haunts us.’

Teresa married film director Mark in 2013. They share three children, sons Bodhi Rain and Forest Sage and daughter Poet Lake.

She is also a stepmother to Mark’s son Isaac Love, 12, from his previous relationship with actress Frankie Shaw. 

Motherhood: Teresa is married to director Mark in 2013, and they share three children sons Bodhi Rain, six, Forest Sage, three, and daughter Poet Lake. She is also stepmother to Mark's son Isaac Love, 12

Motherhood: Teresa is married to director Mark in 2013, and they share three children sons Bodhi Rain, six, Forest Sage, three, and daughter Poet Lake. She is also stepmother to Mark’s son Isaac Love, 12

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