By Emily Sheridan
'I'll be back soon': Kelly Brook, pictured out in London on May 23, has thanked fans for their support
A month after sadly losing her unborn baby, Kelly Brook has thanked her fans for their support.
The model, 31, took to Twitter for the first time since she suffered a miscarriage and promised she would 'be back soon'.
Brook was just under five months pregnant with a baby girl when she suffered the tragic loss in early May.
The news came just six weeks after her shock announcement she was expecting a child with former rugby player Thom Evans.
The couple had been dating for less than four months when Brook announced she was pregnant.
Following a month-long break from the micro-blogging site as she tried to come to terms with her loss, Brook returned to Twitter on Saturday evening.
She wrote: 'Thank you everyone for your lovely messages, it means so much. I will be back soon xxxxxx.'
Breaking her silence: Brook thanked fans for their 'lovely messages' on her Twitter page
Aside from her Twitter announcement, the model was seen on a night out with a few girlfriends in London on May 23.
Since her miscarriage, Brook has been recovering at home in Kent with boyfriend Evans and her mother Sandra Parsons.
After announcing her pregnancy in March, Brook admitted it was unplanned but believed she had found 'the one' in 26-year-old Evan - a former teammate of her most recent ex-boyfriend Danny Cipriani.
Whirlwind romance: Brook with her boyfriend Thom Evans in April
She said: 'That is what happens when you are in love - you surrender to whatever is to be. It wasn't a plan, but if it happened, it happened. We were boyfriend and girlfriend.'
Brook is the latest of several celebrities to lose their babies in recent months.
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden's baby boy was stillborn at seven months in February and singer Lily Allen also suffered the same fate last November when she was six months pregnant.