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Emotional Matthew Wright describes taking his wife to hospital dozens of times during difficult IVF pregnancy

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Matthew Wright opened up about his joy at becoming a dad after going through eight years of IVF with his wife.

The TV presenter teared up as he explained how he had to rush his wife Amelia to hospital dozens of times during her IVF pregnancy, which they described as difficult

Weve been into casualty about half a dozen times, but I think were turning a corner now, he said.

The couple will welcome their daughter next year.

They were shown video messages of support from their famous friends including Anne Diamond and Christopher Biggins, with Wright getting emotional at the show of support.

Matthew and Amelia Wright have been trying for eight years to fall pregnant (Picture: Getty)

The support has meant so much, especially through some very bleak times so thank you.

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Amelias pregnancy is considered high risk Matthew said and praised hospital staff for looking after them.

He said: Weve been lucky with the team looking after her because shes been scanned twice a week.

Nevertheless, aside from all the pains theres been little bleeds.

They can be very normal but also very frightening.

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Viewers were moved to see the couple looking so happy.

One viewer tweeted: so so thrilled for Matthew Wright and Amelia ,there is no feeling of love greater than being a parent ,congratulations to you both AT LAST.

What a beautiful interview. The love and joy shined through. Youre gonna make wonderful parents. Sending you lots of love, one said.

I thought Matt Wright was going to explode with excitement. Wish them both well, another comment read.

One tweet read: I am so thrilled for Matthew! Such a happy man!!

Love hearing stories of people who have been trying for years to have a baby and then fall pregnant! said one happy viewers.

Matthew and Amelia have been married since 2010.

Lorraine airs weekdays from 8.30am on ITV

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