Stephanie Davis received death threats by pregnancy non-believers

Stephanie Davis received horrific death threats by trolls who didn’t believe she was pregnant.
The 23-year-old actress has revealed she was inundated with awful comments when she first announced she was expecting by people who thought she was making the news up.
Writing in her blog for OK! Online, she said: “At the beginning of the pregnancy it was hard with all the fake pregnancy rumours…
“I was being portrayed in such a bad light. I got so much hate and even death threats. I could never go back to that time in my life.”
While Steph may have over two months left until she’s set to welcome her first child – a baby boy with her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell – she’s already started thinking about her birth and has decided she wants to listen to her late grandfather’s favourite band when she’s in labour.
She said: “I’m putting my bag together this week and having it by the door ready for when I go into labour. So far I have the choice of about 10 outfits for him to come home in as they’re all so cute!  A friend has also advised me to pack lip balm as apparently the gas and air can really dry your lips out.
“I will obviously be packing all the other essentials a newborn baby and new mum need. I’ll also be packing some music to keep me calm in labour in the form of Foster and Allen.
“They were a favourite of my granddad’s. I went to see them this week with my mum, nan, uncle and my auntie and they played all my granddad’s favourite songs – the baby was loving it! Their songs keep me in a good mood and happy so it stays positive and calm.”
The Hollyoaks actress sadly lost her grandfather Albert Mulvaney last October – three months before she entered the Celebrity Big Brother house – but is determined to have his memory live on and has decided her baby boy’s name will include Albi – a nickname of Albert.
She said earlier this year: “I definitely think I’ll call him Albi after my granddad. I’d like his middle name to be Patrick. It’s my brother’s middle name and it’s also Irish.”

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