Kim Marsh’s heart breaks when her friends fail to attend her child’s funeral.
The Coronation Street star is 11 years old after mourning the death of her baby Archie in February 2009.
Little Archie was born 21 weeks and died in a tragic moment five days after birth.
Kim, 44, did not attend the funeral of her friends to express her feelings and felt they could not “deal”.
He says on his new BBC show Morning Live: “I almost got to the point where I still don’t accept anything, but equally, I saw that people didn’t know what to say to me or how to talk to me, so, so completely. Avoid.
“Some people didn’t want to come to his funeral because they felt they couldn’t handle the funeral of such a small child.
“They felt really hard. It was a difficult thing for them.”
On the show, Kim expressed her grief to former Googlebox star and wicker Kate Bottle.
Back then, the actress initially admitted that she didn’t want to talk about her pain because then “it would be real”.
He added: “When I lost my son, Archie, 11 years ago now and I lost him too late in my pregnancy …
“I personally didn’t want to talk about it initially, because I felt it would be real if I talked about it.”
It was a catastrophic loss for Kim and her then-husband Jamie Loms.
Kim has two older children, David, 25, and Emily, 23, who she shares with ex-partner Dave Kunliff.
Starlet has raised his nine-year-old daughter Polly with Jamie.
Morning Live is broadcast on BBC One from 9.15am on weekdays.
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