Meghan Markle miscarriage: Love pours in from world over including Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer

'I can‘t imagine the agony for any couple for losing a child in this way,' Diana’s brother said


                            Meghan Markle miscarriage: Love pours in from world over including Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer
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Lady Diana’s brother Charles Spencer has reacted to the news of Meghan Markle’s miscarriage incident. After the Duchess of Sussex penned an emotional letter for The News York Times, that read, “After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right. I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second.” The 56-year-old said, “I can‘t imagine the agony for any couple for losing a child in this way. I totally agree with you – all thoughts with them today.”

Not just Spencer, but several people around the world sent their love to Meghan for the tragedy. News personality Sylvia Jeffreys tweeted: “This is a heartbreaking oped by Meghan, who reveals she suffered a miscarriage earlier this year. Very brave of her to share something so raw.” Model and presenter Jessica Davies wrote, “Nearly 1 in 4 women have experienced miscarriage. Miscarriage is not a private subject. It should be talked about more widely and openly because women should not feel like they are alone. Thank you to Meghan for sharing her pain.”



 



 

David Hughes, editor of PA Media stated, “Miscarriages are far too common, heartbreakingly painful and not talked about anywhere near enough. The Duchess of Sussex should be applauded for this.” While Olivia Singer, the Fashion News Director of British Vogue branded the 39-year-old a “queen”. Columnist Sonia Sodha posted: “How brilliant and brave for Meghan Duchess of Sussex to write about her own miscarriage. Will help shift the stigma around baby loss.”

“I can only imagine how much Meghan Markle’s article will help those who have suffered a miscarriage, and found it difficult to express their grief. Her bravery to share her vulnerability will undoubtedly start a conversation and help people to open up - and seek help if needed,” Anila Dhami, the presenter of Channel 5 News shared on Twitter. YouTuber Emily Canham said: “Another example of ‘you never know what’s going on behind closed doors’. It’s really not that hard to be nice, you never know what someone is going through.”



 



 



 

 



 

Meanwhile, Piers Morgan, who has often criticized Meghan and Prince Harry, also reportedly sent his “love” after the news broke out. "Deeply new revelation, it happened in July - very sad news, obviously, for her and Prince Harry. I think that will strike a chord for everyone as, sadly, many pregnancies end in miscarriage,” the broadcaster said, adding: “It's a very moving and powerful piece.”

But Morgan’s words were not taken kindly by people online as he was trolled widely. "Wondering how long it will take @piersmorgan to condemn Meghan Markle for daring to speak of the miscarriage she suffered," one user said, while another added, “Just a reminder that whilst Meghan Markle & Prince Harry were dealing with the pain of a miscarriage and the trauma that comes with it @piersmorgan was piling on them. Probably Piers & racist British media contributed greatly to the loss of the couple’s 2nd child."

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