Harry Wangson's wife Meghan Markle, who declared independence from the British royal family this year, confessed that he had recently miscarried a fetus.
In an article entitled'The Losses We Share', which was contributed to the New York Times (NYT) on the 25th (Korean time), Markle honestly confessed his experience of miscarriage of his second child in July.
He said, ``One day last July, the same as usual, after changing (first son Archie's) diapers, I felt a severe convulsion and fell to the floor. 'A few hours later, I was lying in a hospital bed in my husband's arms. I felt his tearful cheeks and I kissed his fingers.'
Markle said he hoped to be interested in and sympathize with each other's pain ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. He said,'I realized that the only way to heal (pain) is to sit in the hospital bed and look at my grieving husband,'Are you okay?'. 'Losing a child is unbearable sadness. Many people experience this, but not many talk about it. As my husband and I also suffered from miscarriage, I learned that 10-20 women out of 100 are experiencing miscarriage.'
He said, ``Health has rapidly turned into pain, and there is now a division where the community used to be, due to the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) and racism this year. When someone talked courageously, others opened the door.' He continued,'I realized that the weight of sadness often lightens when people ask how we endure and when we sincerely listen to the answers with an open heart and heart. Are we okay? We will be alright'.
Harry Wangson and his wife declared their independence from the British royal family in January. They will organize their relationship with the royal family through the transition period until the beginning of next year. Markle gave birth to his first son, Archie, on May 6, 2019.
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