Matthew Wright and his wife expecting baby after years of IVF
The couple shared their baby news on Twitter.
Matthew Wright and his wife Amelia have announced they are expecting a baby girl after eight years of IVF treatment.
Amelia shared the happy news in a post on Twitter.
“After 8 challenging years of IVF, we are thrilled to announce that on our last roll of the dice, we got lucky and are expecting a baby girl. Woo hoo!” she tweeted.
After 8 challenging years of IVF, we are thrilled to announce that on our last roll of the dice, we got lucky and are expecting a baby girl. Woo hoo! 💕@Matthew_Wright— Amelia Wright (@mrsameliawright) September 10, 2018
She teased that her husband was “still in a state of shock”.
Matthew, who recently quit his TV show The Wright Stuff after 18 years, retweeted the post.
He later posted: “Ta for all your kind words re @mrsameliawright and pregnancy.
“She’s been thru hell she really has. Feel super blessed to have such lovely followers Xx.”
Hope you enjoyed today’s show as much as we did making it: ta for all your kind words re @mrsameliawright and pregnancy. She’s been thru hell she really has. Feel super blessed to have such lovely followers Xx— Matthew Wright (@Matthew_Wright) September 10, 2018
“This is the first @twitter storm I’ve been thru where the rain is lovely and warm,” he added.
“Thanks again for your kindness.”
Matthew recently told how the suicide of one of his friends and the long-running IVF struggles led to his decision to quit his talk show.
Appearing on ITV’s This Morning, he said: “It was a combination of lots of things really. Channel 5 decided to move it to a different production company to freshen it up.
“Not long after that decision, a good friend of mine decided to kill himself which was very sad.
“My wife and I, quite well known, we’d had long running IVF. Eight years of IVF, no joy.
“So personally things were pretty stressed and strained. Got to Christmas, all my colleagues I’d worked with the best part of 18 years, nearly all of them were made redundant.
“I found that really difficult, and then I started a new production with a new team, and suddenly overnight it just stopped being fun anymore, and I’d always told myself, if it stops being fun, get out.”
He has now returned to broadcasting with a new radio show on talkRADIO.