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Social media star Nicole Thea has died along with her unborn son, her Instagram page has announced. A statement from her mum said the year-old, who was eight months pregnant, had named her child Reign with her partner Boga. The dancer and influencer, who lived in London, had kept fans up-to-date on her pregnancy, regularly posting videos on her YouTube channel and Instagram page. Several videos Nicole had filmed before her death will be published on her YouTube channel, the statement confirmed. Also Nicole pre-schedule a few YouTube videos and Boga has made the decision to allow them to be aired. As a family we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened.
She said she was five months pregnant with her baby with DJ Non. Finally an angel came to me! She added that she has experienced morning sickness due to her pregnancy, and is expected to give birth in May next year. She credited him for removing her uneasiness about being a star of adult entertainment films in the past.
CNN Naomi Hayami-Chisuwa, who gave birth in June at age 35, found it hard to control her weight during pregnancy, particularly as she came closer to the due date. Photos: What to eat while pregnant. Leafy vegetables, along with dried beans and peas, are a good food source of folic acid. When pregnant, the National Library of Medicine recommends getting at least two of your daily servings of vegetables from green, leafy veggies. Hide Caption. Oranges, grapefruits, honeydew and other vitamin C-rich foods offer a boost to the immune system and may help the body absorb iron. However, try to avoid fruit juices that have a lot of added sugars or sweeteners. Fortified breakfast cereals, brown rice or whole-wheat pasta all offer essential carbohydrates, fiber, iron, B vitamins and various minerals.