Meghan Markle and Prince Harry first became parents on May 6, 2019, when the Duchess of Sussex gave birth to baby boy Archie.
The former actress confessed, in an opinion article published in the New York Times, that she lost her second child, in July of this year.
Meghan Markle describes that she felt a strong contraction while placing her little one, Archie, in the crib, in their house in Los Angeles.
“After I changed her diaper, I felt a strong cramp. I sat on the floor with Archie in my arms, humming a lullaby to calm us both down, in stark contrast to the feeling he had. I had: that something was wrong. I knew, as I hugged my firstborn, that I had lost the second, “Meghan writes in the opinion piece entitled” Losses We Share, “notes OK! Magazine.
The Duchess of Sussex shared the experience to encourage people to ask others, “Are you okay?” on the Thanksgiving holiday.“, write it down bbc.com. “Loss and pain have affected each of us in 2020, “Meghan added.