Meghan Markle reveals: 'I had a miscarriage'.
In an interview at the "New York Times" the Duchess of Sussex revealed the tragedy that hit her this summer, when she lost the baby she was carrying.
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Meghan Markle revealed that while she was changing Archie’s diaper, the firstborn son of Prince Harry, she felt a very strong cramp. A few hours later she was in the hospital with her husband thinking about how to get over such a big pain. She was in pieces and saw Harry's heart break, she said.
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In this sad story Markle reveals that she was immediately aware of what was happening: "I knew, as I was holding my firstborn, that I was losing my second".
She also reveals with total sincerity what she felt in July when she saw her dream shattered: "An unbearable pain". After the illness, the Duchess found herself in hospital with Harry at her side: "I was lying in a hospital bed, holding my husband's hand. I felt the dampness in his palm and kissed his knuckles, wet from both our tears. Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes were veiled. I tried to imagine how we could get over such an event.”