Duchess Meghan made her pain about her miscarriage public – also to take the first steps towards healing. Insiders reveal that it is especially Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland who gives her daughter and Prince Harry strength during this difficult time.
Doria Ragland, 64, was “a tower of strength” for her daughter Duchess Meghan, 39, and son-in-law Prince Harry, 36, after her miscarriage, a source reports to US Weekly magazine. The insider continues: “She supports Harry and Meghan, she’s helping them heal and come to terms with their painful loss. But for anyone who has suffered a miscarriage, this is something you can never quite get over. ” The members of the royal family are also “deeply saddened” about the loss of the unborn baby. “Harry told them early on what happened. But since it’s such a private matter, other members of the royal family kept the sad news to themselves, “says the insider.” Prince Charles, 72, in particular, supported the couple during their grief and made regular inquiries about them. “
Duchess Meghan: “The burden of grief becomes easier when people listen”
Duchess Meghan published the sad news in an essay in the “New York Times” on Wednesday. “Losing a child means suffering an almost unbearable grief, which is experienced by many but which few speak of,” wrote the former actress. “We have learned that the burden of grief often becomes lighter when people ask how one of us is. And when they really hear the answer with an open heart and open mind. By sharing our pain, we do it together first steps towards healing, ”said Meghan.
The former actress and graduate of Northwestern University described the miscarriage as a “sharp cramp” she felt after changing her son, Archie, 1. In her essay, she describes: “I let myself in with him in my arms Falling to the ground humming a lullaby to soothe both of us. The happy melody was a stark contrast to my feeling that something was wrong. When I clutched my firstborn child, I knew I was losing my second. “
Harry and Meghan want to try again
The insider explains that Meghan’s miscarriage “didn’t happen early in the pregnancy,” adding, “It was a few months ago, but too raw for her to talk about at this point.” Although the loss of pregnancy was “difficult”, the source goes on to say that they are “significantly better today and are focused on the future.” The couple, who married in May 2018 and gave birth to son Archie in May 2019, are “trying to get pregnant again,” the insider reveals.
Those: US Weekly