“Losing a child means experiencing almost unbearable grief.” On November 25, Meghan Markle shared in a column published in the New York Times that she had suffered a miscarriage in the summer of 2020. A tragedy for the Duchess of Sussex who wanted to share her experience to lift this taboo that affects many couples, and also, explain the need to talk about it. Which in his case was largely motivated by Prince Harry. Indeed according to the expert Katie Nicholl, the Duke of Sussex would have a lot in the testimony of his wife as she reported to The Royal Beat on True Royalty TV.
“Harry said to him: ‘I think you should write about this, because if we can help another family to go through the same situation, then that’s a good reason to do it'”, explained the expert. royal, who points out that Prince Harry was very “involved” in the writing of this letter signed by Meghan Markle. “Sitting on a hospital bed, watching my husband’s heart break as he tried to hold the broken pieces of mine, I realized the only way to start healing is to ask first: ‘ Are you okay? “Wrote the Duchess in her letter, specifying that” in pain of [their] loss, [her] husband and [she] discovered that in a room of 100 women, 10 to 20 of them reportedly suffered a miscarriage “.
The royal family in support of Meghan and Harry
If this ordeal brought Prince Harry and Meghan Markle much closer, it turns out that it also brought them closer to the British royal family. Indeed according to Katie Nicholl, “the royal family has been a great support.” “They were aware of what happened. Harry was in constant contact with them during the summer and they knew what they were going through. From what I understand, they were supported by the royal family for this period, “explained the specialist, while Charles Spencer, Lady Diana’s brother, also supported the couple.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry © Agency