Meghan wrote, “I fell on the floor with her in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep the two of us calm, cheerful in unison to my guess that something was not right”
The former actress and member of the UK royal family described the difficulty of losing her second child and reflected in the hard personal depths of the past year.
“I lay on a hospital bed, holding my husband’s hand. I felt the gluten of my palm and kissed his knuckles, wet with both our tears on the cold white walls. Staring, glazed over my eyes. I try to imagine That’s how we’d heal, “she wrote.
“Sitting on the hospital bed, watching my husband’s heart break, as he tried to grab my shattered pieces, I realized that the only way to begin to heal is to first ask, ‘Are you okay?’ ” “Meghan wrote.
“Losing a child means an almost unbearable grief, which many have experienced, but few have talked about”. “In anguish of our loss, my husband and I came to know that in a room of 100 women, 10 to 20 of them would suffer from miscarriage. Yet in spite of the general semblance of this pain, the conversation is taboo, with a person unaware. ) Is a shame, and a cycle of solitary mourning.
The Duchess also cited the human impact of the epidemic and the movement against structural racism and police brutality, which have defined 2020. “Health moves rapidly towards disease. The places where there was once a community are now divided,” he wrote.
And he referred to the dissemination of misinformation in the 2020 US election and its aftermath, saying, “We are not fighting over our opinion of the facts; we are polarized on what is, in fact, a fact. We are doing.” Whether or not science is real, we doubt whether we won or lost the election. “
“As much as we can disagree, be as physically distorted as we can be, the truth is that we are more connected than ever because we have endured individually and collectively this year , “She concluded.
Harry and Meghan withdrew from their roles as members of the royal family earlier this year, moving to North America and often challenging in-depth coverage of their lives by the media.