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RHOM'S Venus had a miscarriage while filming

She's a newcomer to the Real Housewives of Melbourne. 


She's a newcomer to the Real Housewives of Melbourne. 

And this week, Venus Behbahani Clark shared her heartbreak to OK! Magazine, revealing that she suffered a miscarriage while filming the latest season.  

The Persian cosmetics line founder and lawyer, 36, admitted: 'It's been difficult.'

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'It's been difficult': RHOM star Venus Behbahani Clark  (pictured) shares her heartbreak and reveals she and husband James suffered a miscarriage while filming

Speaking about the show, she admitted to the magazine: 'It's got its moments. It's been difficult in some ways and amazing in others.'

'To be honest with you, I did fall pregnant during the time we were filming and I did have a miscarriage right at the end of filming.'

The brunette added that she and her husband James will try for another baby to add to their brood. 

Family: The brunette added that she and her husband (pictured) will try for another baby to add to their brood

Venus has two daughters from her former relationship, Giselle, seven, and Sophia, three. 

Her husband James Clark proposed on the third date in Venice when he flew in an engagement ring to propose. 

Earlier this year, meanwhile, Venus hit back at critics after admitting to a nose job, Botox, fillers and a breast enlargement. 

In good company: She's a newcomer to the Real Housewives of Melbourne

Speaking to The Herald Sun, Venus said cosmetic procedures are the 'norm' for someone in their 30s and from her cultural background. 

'Calling me plastic fantastic is not right, because I'm not plastic fantastic!'

Venus claimed her decision to have a rhinoplasty (nose job), was something majority of Persian women, like herself, undergo.

Not having it: Earlier this year, meanwhile, Venus hit back at critics after admitting to a nose job, Botox, fillers and a breast enlargement

Standing her ground: Continuing to knock back the label of 'plastic fantastic', she confessed she was unsure of why the term is used at all

'I had an uncle, who is a plastic surgeon, who gave it (rhinoplasty) to me as a gift at age 21. I had my breasts done after I breastfed children for four years,' the star explained.

Continuing to knock back the label of 'plastic fantastic', she confessed she was unsure of why the term is used at all.

'I don't even know why it's called plastic surgery, when it's your own features being enhanced or changed,' she added. 

Read more: The latest edition of OK! is out now

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