The pregnant woman who covered herself in bees for her maternity shoot has suffered a still birth, according to a report by Gisthype .

The woman identified as Emily Mueller, whose photos of herself and 20,000 bees quickly went viral earlier this year, posted about her experience on Facebook.

Explaining what went wrong, the 33-year-old from Ohio explained she went to hospital after she noticed little movement from her baby. Nurses tried and failed to find a heartbeat. That’s when a doctor came in and told the family the ‘baby has passed’.

She wrote: ‘I can’t and don’t want to explain that feeling to anyone. Turning to your husband and seeing him die inside. Seeing him completely break. Seeing your children feel and suffer your pain in front of your eyes. The pain is unbearable.

The Dr. encouraged me to look at the screen and I wished I hadn’t. I wished I could remove the imagine in my mind of seeing the unbeating black, lifeless heart on the screen.’ When they got home they opened up the envelope the hospital had previously given them revealing the baby’s gender. It was a boy. They named him Emersyn Jacob.

Emily later returned to hospital to give birth to her boy. They chose to send off the placenta for testing, although Emily suspects blood clotting was the ultimate cause of death. The family spent time with Emersyn via a special cooling cot donated by a mother who later found out it was being used.

She connected with Emily over Facebook and Emily expressed her gratitude. Emily added: ‘I am so thankful she had that experience and it was an awakening to me that Emersyn, too, will be serving a purpose for someone else. What we have gone through was not in vain and the Lord Almighty will lead us on our path to heal and learn his journey."

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