The wife of British prince Harry Meghan Markle in a column for the New York Times told how she survived a miscarriage in the summer of 2020. According to her, her husband's heart was “breaking into pieces,” and she tried to calm her august husband. Markle claims that nothing foreshadowed the tragedy that day.
“This July morning started like everyone else: make breakfast, feed the dogs, - writes the Duchess of Sussex. - Ponytail my hair before I take my son out of the crib. After I changed his diaper, I felt a lot of pain. I fell to the floor, clutching it in my hands, humming a lullaby to calm us both - a cheerful melody that contrasted sharply with my feelings - Something went wrong. I knew, clutching my first child, that I was losing my second child. "
“As I sat in a hospital bed and watched my husband's heart break to pieces as he tried to hold together the pieces of mine, I realized that the only way to start healing this wound was to ask, 'Are you okay?' - added Markle.
American film actress Meghan Markle married Prince Harry in 2018. Prior to that, in 2011-2013, she was the wife of American producer Trevor Engelson. Markle has no children from his first marriage. In 2019, Megan and Harry became parents - the couple had a son, Archie, whose full name sounds like this: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
In early 2020, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a statement that they intend to step down from their royal duties. Queen Elizabeth did not strip them of their titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but they can no longer be called “Royal Highnesses”.
Prince Harry is a veteran of the Afghanistan War. Has military awards. The royal offspring served as the pilot of the Apache attack helicopter.