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Meghan Markle Miscarriage Victim: How the Royal Family Reacted


The text published this Wednesday, November 25, where Meghan Markle reveals she had a miscarriage last July, has shocked the world. But what does the royal family think about it?

“I knew when I grabbed my firstborn that I was losing my second. “In a very moving article she wrote for the New York Times on Wednesday, November 25, Meghan Markle revealed that she had a miscarriage.

Archie’s mother lost her baby last July. In spite of the Megxit that caused a stir at the beginning of the year, the royal family would have supported Prince Harry’s wife in this ordeal. However, it would not have planned to communicate on the subject. This is a “deeply personal matter on which we will not comment,” according to the Palace, the Mirror said. However, a source close to the Palace says that there is “an understandable sadness within the royal family”.

If it prefers silence to the expression of emotions, it would be more out of tradition than insensitivity. “Most members of the royal family are accustomed to this mantra, never to complain. We don’t hear them opening their hearts,” observed Vanity Fair royalty specialist Katie Nicholl in BBC 5 Live. They are said to have privately supported the Duchess of Sussex and her husband last summer.

The royal family knew

If they were not surprised and did not react to Meghan Markle’s text on Wednesday, November 25, it is because they had been aware for several months of the drama she went through with Archie’s father. “I understand they were very supportive. They were aware of what had happened, Harry was in constant contact with them over the summer,” explained Katie Nicholl. This is not the first miscarriage the royal family has been exposed to. Prince Harry’s cousin, Zara Tindall, lost her baby twice in 2016 and again in 2018. These are events that she had also chosen to recount.

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