MEGHAN Markle has been praised for “breaking the silence around miscarriage” by Coronation Street star Kym Marsh.
The Duchess of Sussex, 39, wrote of the moment she knew she was “losing” her second baby in a deeply personal essay for the New York Times last week.
Kym, 44, has had her own experience with miscarriage after tragically losing her baby son Archie in February 2009 who was born 18 weeks early and died soon after his birth.
The Coronation Street star has previously said she didn’t want to talk about the traumatic experience because then “it would be real”.
Now she has opened up about the Duchess’ personal piece calling it “wonderful” because it will help to “lift the stigma and break the silence” around miscarriages.
“When you lose a child you feel so lonely and empty and like the only person who is going through it,” Kym wrote in her OK! magazine column.
“So when you finally have the chance to connect with people who have been through the same thing and are able to identify with you, that really helps.”
In an open letter published exclusively by HOAR Online, Gemma Collins thanked the Duchess of Sussex for opening up about her miscarriage as she revealed she has lost three babies.
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