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After getting engaged to beau Max Darnton in September, Binky Felstead has revealed she’s delayed her wedding until Summer 2022.
When asked when she’s planning to tie the knot during an Instagram Q+A, the Made In Chelsea star, 30, told her 1.4 million followers she’s waiting to have her wedding at a later date due to the current pandemic.
“To be safe thinking Summer 2022!!” she wrote, adding: “Going to need lots of help planning !! EEK,” alongside a party emoji.
The reality star announced her engagement news in an Instagram post on September 13.
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Kissing Max, 31, while flashing her huge ring at the camera, she wrote: “The easiest ‘Yes’ EVER!” followed by a ring emoji.
Binky, who is mum to three year old daughter India with ex-boyfriend and former co-star Josh ‘JP’ Patterson, continued: “On Friday morning, on their way to the duck pond, Max asked India for her permission to ask her mummy to marry him.
“I love you Max- you bring out the best in me. I’m so lucky.”
Binky, who began dating Max in January 2019 after meeting at private members' club Soho Farmhouse, heartbreakingly revealed she suffered a miscarriage.
She took to Instagram last month to tell her followers the sad news, admitting she’d “thought long and hard” about doing so.
Posting a photo of a sunset over a field, Binky wrote in the caption: “I felt that if I can pass on any warmth, comfort or help to anybody in the same position – well that would be great. It’s only fair that I share some of my “downs” as well as my “up” moments.
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“Today would have been my 18 week mark, but sadly we had an early miscarriage just before 12 weeks. Not only was this heartbreaking for us, but it also came as such a shock to me.”
She continued: “I hadn’t realised until then how blessed I was with having such a relatively straight forward pregnancy with India – I’ll admit I was naive enough to assume the next one would be as straightforward, but I had two early scans as I was concerned I was bleeding.
“They found a ‘very strong’ heartbeat. However, on the third scan I was told ‘I’m afraid there’s no heartbeat’.
“I was told by my doctor that 1 in 4 pregnancies miscarry (not that statistics make it any easier!) With 82% of my following being women – that means roughly 237,800 women “following” me could (or have) experienced the same, which is just so sad.
“When speaking to a few close friends about our situation, we learned that some of them too have had miscarriages in the past. I asked them why they’ve never said anything, and they just said they felt they couldn't, or shouldn’t talk about it. Almost like it’s a taboo subject, which is heartbreaking.”
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