Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, opens up about pregnancy loss

In a New York Times essay, Markle said she suffered a miscarriage in July, and she urged others to get support for loss, grief and isolation.
0:29 | 11/26/20

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Time now for index and may be in the duchess of Sussex opening up into New York Times essay about suffered a miscarriage in July losing what would have been her second child. Megan explaining her urge you shear which she and her husband Harry experienced riding. Losing a child means caring and almost unbearable grief experienced by many but talked about by few. Making connects their loss to the grief and isolation so common in these times urging people to reach out and ask others are you okay.

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