It honors today’s heroes. Very involved in several causes, Meghan Markle appeared Sunday, December 13 on American television in Heroes: An All-Star Tribute, broadcast on CNN, a program that honors people who make extraordinary contributions to humanitarian aid and make a difference in their communities. A not-so-surprising appearance for the former actress, who for several years has been involved in the fight against poverty, for the protection of animals and access to education for women.
It is dressed in a blouse and made up naturally that Meghan Markle appeared alone from her home in Los Angeles, on what appears to be the bench where she also intervened last October to launch an appeal with Prince Harry to the votes for the American elections. A very noticed first appearance for the Duchess of Sussex, who had not appeared in public from her platform in the New York Times published last November, where she revealed to have had a miscarriage.
Duchess Meghan speaking on the CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute which aired tonight in the USA. pic.twitter.com/PgrXsedc3m
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Meghan Markle comes out of silence to break a taboo
Appeared throughout the summer in conferences and video calls, Meghan Markle was privately living an intimate injury, caused by the loss of her second child. Supported by the royal family and helped by Prince Harry who pushed her to come out of her silence, the Duchess had explained the circumstances of this tragedy, before explaining wanting to free the floor about this still taboo subject. “Losing a child means going through an almost unbearable grief, experienced by many but that few people talk about. In the pain of our loss, my husband and I discovered that in a room of 100 women, 10 to 20 of them would have suffered a miscarriage, “she wrote, and concluded:” Yet despite the staggering common nature of this pain, the conversation remains taboo, riddled with (unwarranted) shame and perpetuating a cycle of lonely mourning.
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