Ada Nicodemou would be deemed lucky by most Australians. She has an incredible successful career, is an ambassador for Priceline Pharmacies, has a beautiful son and a loving husband – but she doesn’t feel that she could ever be completely happy again.

That’s because nine months ago Ada experienced what every mother fears most. She delivered a stillborn son, Harrison.

Her husband, Chrys Xipolitas and Ada say that their lives have changed forever during an interview with New Idea, and the pair fear that they will never be the same.

“We will never be the same people we were, and I hate that,” the 38-year-old, who has a two-year-own son Johnas told the mag.

“How do you cope with this? How do you cope? For both of us, what’s upsetting is that this is part of our story now. It’s something you never imagine. It’s just one of the most unnatural things you could ever go through.”

“It’s not that I will never be a complete person again, but I just wonder … How can I say? I just feel I can never be completely happy again because this has happened.”

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Lots of cuddles from my little man.. @chrys_xippo is feeling left out..

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Beautiful two-year-old Johnas was conceived with the help of IVF, but Harrison was conceived naturally and unassisted, as according to a report on News.

Source: News.com.au

KIIS 1065 Sydney