In a comprehensive story, published in The New York Times, Meghan Markle says her pregnancy ended prematurely in July. She and Prince Harry have one son, Archie. “I knew, holding my hand with my first child, that I had lost my second.”
The story that Markle for the American newspaper began announcing her miscarriage this summer. She writes about the admission to the hospital, the pain and uncertainty about how to proceed. Losing a child is almost unbearable grief. Many experience it, but few talk about it. ‘
Markle touches on other themes in the article, all linked to the year 2020, in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex distanced themselves from the British royal family and moved to the United States. Markle writes about the many deaths from Covid-19, the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, which spawned the Black Lives Matter movement, and fake news.
‘The danger of a secluded life – where sad, frightened and holy moments are all experienced alone – is that no one stops and asks,’ How are you? ” Markle refers to the interview with her in South Africa a few months before departure from the royal family, in which she said that “not many people have asked her how she is doing.” Meghan Markle and Prince Harry moved to the US after months of offensive coverage in the British press, targeting Markle in particular.
Markle calls on Thanksgiving, a holiday celebrated tomorrow in the US, to ask others how they are doing. Many of us are separated from our loved ones, alone, sick, scared, divided, and perhaps looking in vain for something to be thankful for. Let us ask others, “How are you?” have been through.’