Amy Hart defends her need to ‘do whatever it takes’ during pregnancy after being called ‘stupid’

Published: 12:41 BST, 18 September 2022 | Updated: 1:09 p.m. BST, 18 September 2022

Amy Hart has defended her need to ‘do everything by the rules’ when it comes to her pregnancy after being targeted by trolls.

The former Love Island star, 30, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sam Rason, but has been called ‘stupid’ by her followers after admitting she was strict about the food she eats during pregnancy. pregnancy.

Amy – who was recently forced to cut short her trip to Ibiza because she ‘started to bleed’ over the holidays – admitted she has an ‘overactive imagination’ and is doing her best to ensure her safety and that of her baby.

Fears: Amy Hart, 30, has defended her need to ‘do everything by the rules’ when it comes to her pregnancy after being targeted by trolls

Taking to Instagram, Amy explained, “I have a very active imagination. I have an amazing long-term memory, but that’s why I have to try to do everything right.

“So if something happened I know that even if it wouldn’t have been because I did something you’re not supposed to do, like once in nine month.

“It would be all I could think about and I would know exactly when I did it and I just wouldn’t sleep for months.”

Concerns: The former Love Island star, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sam Rason, has explained that she has a

Concerns: The former Love Island star, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sam Rason, has explained that she has an “overactive imagination” and therefore sticks to strict rules

Amy continued, “That’s why I have to try to be as faithful to the book as possible. I’m just doing what I can, but trying to be as good as possible so I don’t blame myself if something happens.

It comes after Amy was flown home from her holiday in Spain after having a pregnancy scare last week.

The reality TV personality, who announced her baby news last month during a live appearance on Loose Women, revealed she “started to bleed” as she enjoyed her getaway.

Rules: Taking to Instagram, Amy explained:

Rules: Taking to Instagram, Amy explained:

Rules: Taking to Instagram, Amy explained, “I have a very active imagination. I have an amazing long-term memory, but that’s why I have to try and do everything right’

Amy said: ‘I started bleeding and thought I was blood type A+ and my midwife kept saying it was a good job that I was that blood type.

“She said if I was blood type negative I would need an anti-D, but go get checked on Monday.

“So I was positive for Amy and Sam was amazing and every time I went a little bit he was asking for the update and doing a lot of research he is the best.”

“I was very positive and thought it was nothing wrong, but just because I had a cervical exam and thought that was it.

‘Panic’: This comes after Amy was flown home from her holiday in Spain after having a pregnancy scare last week

The former flight attendant continued: “I thought to myself, ‘We’re coming back here next September with our baby.’

“The next morning Sam said ‘It’s okay to be anxious about these things, you know’. I told him “No, I’m not anxious. Don’t accuse me of being anxious, I’m positive.’

Amy found out about her blood type after her mum opened her hospital letter while she was on vacation which meant she had to rush home and started to ‘freak out’.

The TV personality explained that she had rhesus-negative blood, meaning she needed an “injection within 72 hours” to mount an immune response.

News: The reality TV star, who announced her baby news last month during a live appearance on Loose Women, revealed that she

News: The reality TV star, who announced her baby news last month during a live appearance on Loose Women, revealed that she

News: The reality TV star, who announced her baby news last month during a live appearance on Loose Women, revealed she ‘started to bleed’ as she enjoyed her getaway

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