On Wednesday, November 25th, Meghan Markle publicly revealed that she had a miscarriage after Archie’s birth. A very courageous gesture encouraged by Prince Harry, who remained at her side throughout this ordeal to support her.
Meghan Markle revealed in the columns of the New York Times that she had a miscarriage last July. A very touching text that she decided to write while listening to the advice of Prince Harry, her husband who encouraged her to reveal her experience to help other families affected by such a drama. Royalty expert Katie Nicholl said in The Royal Beat on True Royalty TV that Prince Harry was very “involved” in writing this letter.
“Harry said to her, ‘I think you should write about this, because if we can help another family get through this, then that’s a good reason to do it,” she said. He already had a very important role after the drama. “I was told that it brought them even closer together. Going through something so terrible can make or break a relationship,” she says.
“I knew I was losing my second one,” she says
It is this Wednesday, November 25, in a text entitled The Losses We Share that Meghan Markle – based in Los Angeles – reveals the terrible news. A terrible episode that remains marked in the mind of the 39-year-old: “After changing my (son’s) diaper, I felt a strong cramp.
I let myself fall to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the joyful melody contrasting sharply with my feeling that something was wrong. I knew, as I grabbed my firstborn, that I was losing my second,” she writes. She was hospitalized a few hours later. The verdict came down. The royal family was there to try to console her…
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