Meghan Markle has spoken about one of the hardest moments of her life: the miscarriage she had in 2020.
Prince Harry‘s wife has broken her silence to talk about the tragic episode she had to live through two years ago. Taking advantage of the moment when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the constitutional protection of the right to legal abortion, the Duchess of Sussex along with feminist activist Gloria Steinem, have made a report for the magazine ‘Vogue’, where Meghan has recalled the complicated episode she had to live.
What has Meghan Markle said about her miscarriage?
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has highlighted how happy she is to have her two children, Archie and Lilibet.
“I think about how lucky I felt to be able to have my two children. I know what it feels like to have a connection to what’s growing inside your body. What happens to our bodies is so deeply personal that it can also generate silence and stigma, even though many of us deal with personal health crises,” she has said.
After recalling her two pregnancies, Meghan has also made reference to the miscarriage she suffered during the summer of 2020 and which she confessed in November of that same year in an article in the ‘New York Times’ newspaper.
“I know what it feels like to suffer a miscarriage, which I have spoken about publicly. The more we normalize conversations about things that affect our lives and our bodies, the more people will understand how necessary it is to have protection,” she confessed.
Meghan has again referenced this hard moment in her life to defend abortion rights in the United States.
“No one should be forced to make a decision that they don’t want to make, that is unsafe, or that endangers their life,” said the Duchess of Sussex, who also affirmed that Prince Harry is as feminist as she is.