Megan Markle admitted she was pregnant with her second child, but it started in July. PHOTO: Reuters
Prince Harry’s wife shockingly admitted that she was taken away in July and that the two had barely recovered from the “unbearable pain”.
“While holding my oldest child in my arms, I knew I was losing the second one. The Duchess of Sussex Megan Markle made a shocking confession in a self-written confession published in the New York Times. Under the headline “Losses we share”, the wife of British Prince Harry reveals that she had a miscarriage in July.
The tragedy happened at a time when Megan was changing her son Archie’s diapers at the family home in California. She experienced severe cramps and fell to the ground, holding the little boy, who is a year and a half old. She was rushed to a hospital and then continued to be treated at home. “The pain of loss is almost unbearable,” the duchess admits.
“It was a July morning, which started as usual, like every other day – making breakfast, feeding the dogs, vitamins, finding the missing sock, picking up a pencil rolling under the table. And styling the hair in the tail in front of him. After changing the diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I sat on the floor with my son in my arms, singing a lullaby so that we could both calm down. “Holding the first child in my arms, I lose the second,” writes Megan.
“I was sitting in a hospital bed watching in tears as my husband’s heart was torn to pieces as he tried to pick up my scattered pieces,” the Duchess said, returning the tape to the moment she and Harry were utterly destroyed. see “I felt his cold palm and kissed the wrists, wet with tears in both of them. Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes widened. I tried to imagine how we would recover,” Megan revealed.
She made the painful confession to help others who have experienced the same to pour out their grief and not keep it to themselves. To get people to ask each other more often on the eve of Thanksgiving: “Are you okay?”
“In the pain of the loss, my husband and I discovered that in a room with 100 women between the ages of 10 and 20, they had a miscarriage. they boldly share their stories: they open the door, knowing that when a person speaks the truth, it gives us the courage to do the same.the burden of grief often becomes lighter – for all of us.Invited to share our pain, we do it together “the first steps towards recovery,” the duchess said.
The British press states that it is not known in which month of the pregnancy the abortion took place, but that Buckingham Palace was informed about the sad event. The palace also knew in advance of the announcement of Harry’s wife’s confession. A spokesman for Queen Elizabeth II declined to comment, saying it was a “deeply personal matter”.
A Vanity Fair reporter reveals that the royal family strongly supported Megan and Harry during this difficult summer time. They were in a constant relationship and were fully aware of the couple’s ordeal. A source close to the palace confirmed to the BBC that the Duchess of Sussex was now in good health.
In her confession, Megan also touches on the issue of the pandemic, talking about 2020, “which has brought losses and pain to almost all of us.” “The division in society, combined with the isolation of the pandemic, has made us feel more alone than ever,” Megan said. She recalls a time when she saw a woman in New York talking on the phone and crying, but did nothing, and now regrets not stopping her from asking, “Are you okay?” So she urged people to stop and take her more often. ask this question.
Last year, Megan and Prince Harry rocked the British royal court with the decision to leave the United Kingdom and parted ways with their monarchical privileges of living as ordinary people in the hope that the yellow media would leave them alone. They settled in Canada for a short time, then bought a милиони 8 million mansion in Santa Barbara, California, and moved there permanently.