Jonathan Rhys Meyers' wife lays bare the couple's pain in heart-wrenching post

Jonathan Rhys Mayers and his wife have been battling a lot of emotions over the past few years and the universe does not seem to be cutting them any slack. Over the weekend, Jonathan Rhys Mayers' wife, Mara Lane, shared a heart-wrenching post where she spoke about the miscarriage of their second child. 

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However, Lane made sure that she took some time out to thank the fans and people who have been there for the couple with their support. She spoke about how the incident had taken a toll on Jonathan after the actor started drinking again in order to avoid facing reality. Recently, Jonathan was found intoxicated at Dublin Airport and everyone around the actor could see how badly he was affected. 

A few days back, Lane decided to let her guard down and speak about a matter very close to her heart. After thanking the fans for their support, Lane spoke about their baby Willow and how she had been laid to rest under a tree. She then took the brave decision of coming forward and sharing a clip of the devastating movement when the couple was told that their baby had no heartbeat. 

In the video, one can hear a faint male voice, presumably the doctor saying, "So, unfortunately, the fetus has no heartbeat." Along with the video, Lane also shared an emotional caption stating that she was overwhelmed to see the love and support the family was getting during their hard time.

She wrote, "I am so humbled and got teary-eyed several times at how beautiful humans can be and so sad but hopeful with the stories shared of depression and miscarriage and addictions." 

The main reason Lane wanted to talk about the miscarriage was to tell the world that Jonathan is a loving husband and the side of him that people are seeing now is just emotional demons taking over. She wrote, "I could not sit back and see him attacked by darkness publicly during such a tender time." Lane also spoke about being deeply touched after hearing the stories that people shared about their loss and wished that she could be there to help them.