Amanda Holden is a doting mum to daughters Alexa, 14, and Hollie, eight.
But few know that the TV star has also overcome the tragedy of losing her son Theo when he was stillborn in 2011.
In an interview today with The Sun, the 49-year-old actress and Britain’s Got Talent judge – who is married to record producer Chris Hughes – revealed that she turned to hypnotherapy to cope with the grief of losing her little boy.
She said: “There is not a day that goes by when I don’t think about Theo, especially when a new school year begins.
“But after we first lost him, Chris and I were diagnosed with PTSD so we went and had some therapy about that, as anyone would.
“Chris was terribly British about it, went once and was like, ‘Right, I’m cured,’ whereas I continued, and then went to…