“Vanderpump Rules” star Scheana Shay has found a keeper. The Bravo personality’s boyfriend, Australian fitness hunk, Brock Davies, gave her some extra Instagram love after she told her fans that she suffered a miscarriage at six weeks pregnant.
Proving he’ll be there through thick and thin, the former rugby player shared a post dedicated to his lady of nine months on Friday, June 26, just hours after she told the world about her “miracle” pregnancy that she later lost.
Sharing a post showing him picking Scheana Shay up while they waded in the ocean, Broke Davies wrote, “She has my back and I have Hers.” In the sultry photo, the “Vanderpump Rules” star is seen flashing a smirk while looking directly at the camera. Her man is shirtless and in a pink speedo while his muscles bulge from picking up his girlfriend who is straddling him. The ocean behind them looks like a magical oasis.
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That’s not the only dedication post that Brock Davis shared for his lady. Taking to his Instagram Story, the muscle man posted another shot from their gorgeous day on the water. “I got you honey…. Smooth seas doesn’t make good sailors,” he captioned the second snap.
Scheana Shay revealed the devastating miscarriage news on her podcast, “Scheananigans with Scheana Shay.” The SUR waitress emotionally told her listeners, “A few weeks ago, we found out that I was pregnant.” The “Vanderpump Rules” star has been open about her struggles with fertility and even began the IVF process.
“For those of you who have followed my fertility journey and freezing my eggs the last year and a half, I didn’t think I could get pregnant on my own,” she continued. While doctors told her that “it would be close to impossible,” Scheana Shay got pregnant on her own. She also already told her parents about the baby news due to her pure excitement.
“We were freaking out, but just so excited because we didn’t know or think this was possible,” she said. But her miracle was turned to a nightmare when she began bleeding while in a San Diego hotel room. She later went to her doctor, who delivered the devastating news that there was no longer a heartbeat.