LITTLE Women’s Christy McGinity has smiled for the first time for fans since her newborn baby’s death as she makes “health a top priority”.
The 42-year-old star was flooded with messages of support beneath her uplifting photo, after the tragic death of her baby girl Violet in March.
Christy wore a colourful top with bright flowers and a sweep of pink lip gloss in the snap and held a green smoothie drink.
She revealed she has been focusing on her health, telling her fans on Instagram: “How is everyone holding up? It’s been hard to get fresh greens out here in NY during social distancing.
“#teamipartner my morning routine has been to drink my @teamiblends Greens mixed with some juice so I know I’m still getting all my veggies in!
“I know health is a top priority right now so Teami gave me 25% off using code: CHRISTYM for anyone looking for all natural wellness products – and with every purchase they are donating 10 meals to Feeding America! #thankyouteami”
Her fans praised her resilience, and one said beneath the photo: “Christy I am all the way from South Africa but I just want to say I’m happy that you finally found love and happiness we’ve been watching you on the show crying a lot .. God bless you and your family”
Another fan gushed: “Hi Christy glad to see you out and smiling. You’re still in my prayers sweetie.”
And another commented: “I admire you so much christy, you are able to smile and enjoy life even after everything you have been through.”
Christy and Gonzo, 53, lost their baby daughter Violet when she was just two weeks old on March 20.
Christy had to leave Autumn in LA to fly to LA to grieve with Gonzo[/caption]
She shared series of sweet photos with Gonzo and their daughter on Sunday for Bereaved Mother’s Day.
She wrote: “We celebrate the Bereaved Mother’s Day to let all mothers feel that they’re very important and loved by the world.
“To that I celebrate my strong partner also and the father of our sweet Violet. It’s a difficult world out there.
“To every mother who is mourning, and carrying a child in there heart; we see you and hear you and think of you, today we hold you in our hearts.”
Violet Eva passed away on March 20[/caption]
The tragedy was filmed for Little Women: LA[/caption]
Yesterday, Gonzo talked exclusively with The Sun about how Christy is coping.
He said: ”People grieve differently and even though we all have our moments, it’s always going to be something that I’ll never forget no matter how old I am.”
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Gonzo explained: “She has to go back to LA if she is doing another season. She misses Autumn too who is in Vegas with her grandparents.”
The two have been discussing Christy and her daughter moving to New York in the future, as Gonzo is an essential care worker at a New York hospital.