I saw a mysterious second face in my baby scan – I think it was one of the babies I'd lost looking over my new one

A MUM was left reeling after spotting a FACE staring out of her baby scan photo.

Jade Sinfield said it feels like "someone is watching over" her soon-to-be born son, after she tragically suffered two miscarriages.


Jade, who is also mum to Jahnay, 13, and Jahiliya, seven, explained how she and her partner struggled with the devastating loss of two other pregnancies.

The mum-of-two, 31, said: "I miscarried once before Jahnay was born, and then after my youngest was born we lost another baby.

"At the time it was really devastating."

The couple from Walthamstow, East London, had been trying for years when jade, who is currently 36-weeks pregnant, found out she was expecting.

She said: "Me and my partner always wanted a big family but unfortunately we found it quite difficult."

The mum added: "This was the most recent scan, right before he is due on Christmas Day.

"It's nice because I know someone has been looking after him this whole time."

Jade said both she and her partner have experienced the tragic loss of both family and friends, as well as the two pregnancies.

She said: "On both sides, me and my partner have both lost friends and family.

"We've also lost two babies, but we can't be sure what the face is.

"When I first saw it I was shocked and scared, but after a while it kind of made me feel comfortable. 

"It made me feel like someone was watching over him."

Jade added at first she was almost a bit scared by the face – because of how much it looked like a baby.

"It's the first thing I said to my partner, that it looks like a newborn's face," she said.

Jade explained how the tiny baby's eyes, lips and nose are all clearly distinguishable.

She said friends even quizzed her on if she was having twins and hadn't realised – but she confirmed docs said there is only one baby in there.

And she said her two daughters were also beside themselves when they spotted the scan.

She said: "They can't get over it."


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