ADA Nicodemou and husband Chris Xipolitas have spoken out for the first time since their second son Harrison was delivered stillborn.
The pair both shared a poem on their Instagram accounts, and the same caption, thanking the public for their support over the last few months.
The pair suffered their loss on August 7 — and first issued a statement via Channel 7, asking for privacy.
Nicodemou wrote: “@xippo74 and I would like to thank you all for your love and support through this very difficult time. Thank you!”
The poem was titled “Never.”
It read in part: “I’ll never get to see your precious face; or whisper words to make you feel safe.”
“I’ll never get to fall asleep with you in my arms, all bundled in a blanket to keep you warm … There are many things I will never get to do, but the hardest is not being with you.”
The initial statement announcing the shock news shared the couple’s heartbreak at losing their baby.
“It is with great sadness that we need to share some news with you. Our baby boy Harrison was delivered stillborn on Thursday 7 August 2014. We appreciate your love and support as we mourn the loss of our precious son,” it read.
“We understand we have lived some of our lives in the public eye. But we respectfully ask for privacy at this difficult and extremely painful time so we can grieve and heal. With love Ada, Chrys & Johnas.”
Johnas is two years old.