Meghan Markle has confirmed that last summer she had a miscarriage.
The British royal made the personal disclosure in an opinion article published in the New York Times on Wednesday.
Markle, who is married to Prince Harry, wrote in depth about the experience, saying it took place one morning in July, when she was caring for Archie, the son of the couple.
She wrote in the New York Times newspaper that she felt a sudden cramp after changing his diaper falling to the floor with him in her arms, singing a lullaby to keep both quiet.
Meghan, 39, was then taken to the hospital and explained how she and her husband were still in tears when their tragic tragedy came to fruition.
Meghan acknowledged that her sadness was almost unbearable” and she used her insight to call others to be more transparent about their emotions and to genuinely listen to others as they asked them how they felt.
My husband and I discovered in the pain of our loss that 10 to 20 of them will have suffered from miscarriage in a room of 100 women.”
And the conversation remains taboo, fraught with (unwarranted) guilt, and perpetuating a period of solitary grieving, considering the startling commonality of this suffering.
Some have told their experiences bravely; they have opened the gates, understanding that when one person says the truth, it gives us all the freedom to do the same.
Truly listen to the response, with an open mind and an open mind, the burden on us is always made easier—for both of us In being invited to express our suffering, together we take the first steps towards recovery.”
Markle also addresses the negative effect that life in solitude can have on us during the lockdown, and asks readers to check in and inquire, ‘Are you OK? ‘When it is necessary.
As much as we can disagree, as emotionally distanced as we may be, the fact is that because of what we have experienced personally and together this year we are more linked than ever.
We are really seeing each other for the first time, as human beings, in a long time, she writes.