Danny Cipriani's wife Victoria has revealed that they are starting their second round of IVF treatment.
In October last year, the couple shared the heartbreaking revelation that they lost their first child together while Victoria was 24 weeks pregnant.
Victoria, 39, took to Instagram on Thursday to share an image with the rugby player, 33, who looked at her lovingly while she smiled at the camera.
Treatment: Danny Cipriani's wife Victoria revealed on Thursday they are starting their second round of IVF after tragically losing their baby son last year when she was 24 weeks pregnantInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
In the caption, Victoria revealed to her fans that it was 'Round 2 IVF starts today', before sharing a photo of the hormones she is taking on her Instagram stories.
She wrote over the image: 'Welcome to the overload of brand new hormones. I definitely felt the change before so I'm intrigues to see how I feel on the new hormones.'
Friends and fans gave Victoria their well wishes, with Danny posting a comment of a number of heart emojis.
Overwhelmed by the kind messages, she said: 'Thanks for the lovely messages. It means a lot, it's very nerve racking sharing something so personal however if it helps another on their journey then it's all worth it (sic).'
Update: Victoria shared a picture with Danny, who looked lovingly at her, and in the caption she revealed to her fans that it was 'Round 2 IVF starts today'
Medication: Victoria also shared a photo of the hormones she is taking on her Instagram stories, and she wrote over the image: 'Welcome to the overload of brand new hormones'
Honest: Overwhelmed by the kind messages she got from friends and fans, she said: 'It means a lot, it's very nerve racking sharing something so personal (sic)'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
When Danny revealed their sad news in October, he said he was excited to become a father and that he and Victoria had named their baby boy River.
He wrote: 'At 24 weeks we lost River, our son. Was and is always going to be difficult, but we supported each other through it and found our love grew and got strong.'
Danny did not state when their loss happened but instead wrote a positive post about how the couple had navigated their way through their experience.
Danny, who tragically lost his former partner Caroline Flack last year, wrote: 'It's been a challenging year, for many different reasons. I've had to emotionally overcome and heal in different ways that I haven't experienced before.
'In doing so it brought up old trauma and wounds that were unresolved. Then the most beautiful thing happened, I was going to be a father and I fell deeply in love.'
Danny also said: 'For me falling in love was the scariest thing to do hence my behaviour over the years, she is the most magnificent, kind, wise, and beautiful person I've ever met.
'This may seem a sad post, it isn't. This break now from last season and reflecting is a special place to be. I'm more determined than ever to keep growing learning and loving with my woman.
'I'm also locked in to represent myself the best I can on the field which to this day I still don't think I have done... The future is exciting it's going to take hard work. I'm ready.'
In January, he recalled in an interview with SportsMail about his 'challenging' year: 'During that