LONDON – Meghan Markle said on Wednesday that she suffered a miscarriage, in her article of “unbearable grief” and that society needed sympathy at a time of heavy loss and isolation.
In an opinion article published in The New York Times, the wife of Prince Harry, Duchess of Sussex, UK, revealed that she had an abortion in July.
She describes a typical morning, taking her vitamins and changing the diaper of son Archie before feeling a sharp cramp.
Markle, 39, writes, “I fell to the floor.” Adding, she “understood that something wasn’t right. I knew, as I gripped my first-born child, that I was losing my second.”
“Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed holding my husband’s hand,” she writes. “My eyes sparkled, staring at the cool white walls. I tried to imagine how we would heal.”
“Losing a child means an almost unbearable grief that many people have experienced, but few have talked about,” she says.
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The disclosure comes as part of a broader discussion on the importance of asking each other “are you okay?” The coronavirus virus was brought into the race by private and public tragedies over the course of a year by the epidemic and social resonance.
He also discussed the Black Lives Matter campaign and the need to access it to lighten the “burden of grief”.
The American actress married Prince Harry at a prince’s wedding in 2018. Sussex, who now lives in Los Angeles, went on to choose British authorities in January to “step back” from royal duties and relocate to North America with his youth. Son, Archie.
This double-faced actress has spoken out on racism issues and called the police the murder of George Floyd, a black man, following “absolutely devastating” global protests.