Former Celtic WAG Lisa Hague has posted a heartbreaking and frank message online as it nears closer to the 10th anniversary of her daughter’s death.

The other half of ex-Hoops midfielder Kris Commons was left devastated in 2008 when little Lola was stillborn.

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As it approaches what would have been Lola’s 10th birthday, Lisa told her 25,200 Twitter followers: “‘You cope so well’, ‘You’re so strong’, ‘I wish I was like you’, ‘I want to deal with my loss like you do’.

“This is my harder time of year. Lola would be 10 in a couple of weeks. I’m always a little more fragile this time of year.”

She also added the hashtag “#BreakTheSilence,” urging other parents who have gone through the same harrowing experience to speak out.

Dozens of Lisa’s followers came forward with experiences of their own and commending her for speaking out.

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User @Caseyghirl said: “Eamonn would be six this year, Lola gave him a voice and, for that, I will be eternally grateful. Your wee girl continues to make a difference.”

@dick_marye wrote: “Having been through this myself. It’s so tough at times. I find Christmas the hardest. Just like to say I think everything you do, Lisa, is amazing -  especially after everything you’ve been through and you always put others first.”

“31 years down the line, I still struggle around his birthday time. Much love to you all,” replied another anguished mum.

“It’s easy to pretend you are okay. Takes real strength to admit you are struggling. Lots of love,” was another comment.

Lisa, who is an ambassador for charity SiMBA, has been raising awareness of baby loss and services available to help bereaved parents.

In October, she spoke of her “deep regret” at never holding Lola.

Speaking to BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland programme, Lisa described the moment she was told the devastating news.

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“I felt embarrassed. I felt like I had done something wrong - it must be my fault if I’ve lost the baby at that far gone,” she said.

She added: “I do deeply regret it, but I decided never to hold Lola when I’d given birth to her.

“I didn’t want to see a baby that had died. I was very scared and I didn’t know how I would give her back if I ever held her.”

Speaking of the tough time she went through with Kirs, she said: “We didn’t have a clue.”