‘It still hasn’t kicked in’ Gaz opens up about Char’s ectopic pregnancy

Earlier this summer Charlotte Crosby revealed to the world that she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy and while he has said relatively little on the subject prior to now, Charlotte’s ex Gary Beadle has finally shared his thoughts on the loss of their child.

In a new interview with the Daily Mail Australia, the reality star revealed that he spoke to Charlotte everyday on the phone after he heard the news but admitted he did not fly home from filming Ex On The Beach to be with her because her surgery had gone well.

He told the paper: “If she’d said I’m in the worst pain ever, I can’t move I’m dying, obviously I’d be on the next plane home.  But she was like I’m okay, don’t worry I’m fine.”

“Maybe I should have gone back.  It still hasn’t kicked in. I was like s***, if it hadn't happened I would have a kid.  Obviously I was devastated.”

“I would have loved [to have had a child with Charlotte], I can’t really say now what would have been or what would have happened.”

In the interview Gaz said he and Charlotte were not in an official relationship when he heard the news and claimed that until that point he did not know Charlotte was pregnant. 

He stated the pair had agreed to keep the news to themselves and admitted he was upset when Charlotte decided to go public with her ectopic pregnancy story.

He also confessed that at this stage there is no chance of he and Charlotte ever reuniting.

Referring to a recent interview in which Charlotte described him as worse than a murderer, Gary said: “She said I was worse than a murderer, that to me was the final straw, I don’t want to talk to her or about her.”

“It’s done, I’d never get back with Charlotte.  It's done and dusted after five years."

“She’s left Geordie Shore and I think she’s dating other people.  She needs to move on to the next chapter of her life and I want to do the same.”

The former couple met while filming the very first series of Geordie Shore back in 2011 and, while their relationship has always been tumultuous, it now seems to be in a worse state than ever before. 

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