After the confession on abortion a few days ago, Meghan Markle has decided to take refuge in affections with Harry
Meghan Markle copies Kate Middleton with the maxi black coat
First Thanksgiving in America for Harry and Meghan Markle who have decided to spend some time with the family after a rather tough period. Just a few days ago, the former Suits star confessed in a long letter published in the New York Times that he had lost the child he was expecting. A huge pain for Meghan who wanted to share her experience and that of many other women. In the editorial entitled The Losses We Share he revealed that he had had a miscarriage. An event that deeply affected both Markle and Diana's son, who supported each other.
“It was a July morning that started normally like any other day: preparing breakfast,” said Meghan, explaining that she lost her second child one morning while changing little Archie's diaper. "After changing her diaper, I felt a strong cramp […] I knew, while holding my first child, that I was losing my second […] Hours later, I was in a hospital bed holding my husband's hand ".
Strong words full of emotion that tell a very difficult moment for the Sussex. Even today, months have passed since then, Meghan continues to suffer. His strength is his family, the one he built in the United States: his closest friends and his mother Doria. According to People, Markle threw a private party for Thanksgiving, inviting a few people to the couple's mansion. The $ 14 million, 9-bedroom Montecito mansion hosted a very private party. The happiest, according to sources close to the Sussexes, was Archie, who a few weeks ago also celebrated Halloween with the traditional trick or treat.
Meanwhile, the distance between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton is getting stronger. After the conflicts of the past, the two sisters-in-law would no longer clear up, further aggravating the quarrel between Harry and William. The former actress and Diana's second son will most likely not return to London to celebrate Christmas with the Royal Family, but will still remain in the United States.