The royal family was present for Meghan Markle, who suffered a miscarriage, and Prince Harry. They went through this ordeal alongside their loved ones, despite the tensions.
The royal family was able to put aside resentment to help Meghan Markle, who suffered a miscarriage in July, and Prince Harry. A source at Buckingham Palace told the Mirror on Wednesday, November 25, the day the Duchess of Sussex published an op-ed piece on the dramatic event, that there is “understandable sadness within the royal family.
According to Katie Nicholl, Royal Family Specialist for the American Vanity Fair, the Windsor family, including Princesses Charles and William, were indeed present for the much-suffering Duke of Sussex and his wife. In an interview on the BBC 5 Live radio programme, she said: “They were very supportive. They knew what had happened. Harry was in constant contact with them this summer. They knew what they were going through. …] I understand that they were supported by the royal family during this ordeal.”
I let myself fall to the ground
Meghan Markle revealed that she suffered a miscarriage in an article published on the New York Times website on Wednesday, November 25. She recounted the loss of her second baby, four months after the fact: “After changing [my son’s] diaper, I felt a severe cramp.
I dropped 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.” A welcome step, because it allows us to lift the taboo on this phenomenon, often lived in silence.
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