Singer Lily Allen fought back tears during a candid taped TV interview as she recalled losing her baby in 2010.
Little William was stillborn at six months on Halloween (31Oct) four years ago, and after honoring her son a week ago with the tweet "4 years today. God took my baby away", she spoke about the tragedy during an appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show, which will air in Britain on Saturday night (08Nov14).
The 29 year old, who has since given birth to two daughters, heaped praise on her husband Sam Cooper for helping her cope after the tragedy.
She tells Ross, "I think it's difficult for anybody regardless of what world they live in and actually what I took home from that experience was... even though it was the most unfortunate thing that can ever happen to a person, I was very fortunate in the sense that I have a loving partner to go home to and share that experience with.
"There are many women - 17 stillbirths in the U.K. everyday - that go home and they don't have that support; they have to go home and deal with that on their own, so I am kind of... in a count my blessings scenario rather than feeling sorry for myself."
Allen also told the TV host that she and her husband are keen to have a son: "I'd love a boy."