Coronation Street star Sam Aston’s wife Briony breaks down in tears live on Loose Women | The Sun
8th August 2023

SAM Aston's wife Briony broke down in tears as she opened up about suffering from two miscarriages in four months.

The Coronation Street star, 30, and 27-year-old Briony appeared on Loose Women to talk about the difficult experience and urged others going through the same thing to speak up.

Briony, who is mum to Sonny, three, and Daisy, one, said: "It would've been so much harder for me to experience all of that if I hadn't had other people talk to me [about it] before.

"It made it so much easier for me to grieve the process and carry on and move forward."

While Briony insisted she was trying to look to the future, she became emotional when talking about getting pregnant again.

She said: "It’s easy to want o blame something and find a cause.

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"But I trusted the process and thought 'this is the way it’s supposed to be, my babies will come to me at the right time'."

Sam, who stars as Chesney Brown in Coronation Street, added: "I can’t really understand in a way because its not my body, but I do feel proud that she was able to put it out there because it opened up a conversation."

Last week Briony shared the couple's sad news on social media.

She wrote: "This is a difficult thing to share, but in the interest of breaking the taboo, I'm miscarrying again, the second time in four months.

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"It's heartbreaking and it's unfair, BUT I'm not seeking sympathy, I feel well supported and want others to feel supported too.

"And that's why I wanted to post this today, because having people you can talk to and receiving comfort from those who have been through something similar makes the world of difference."

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