Meghan McCain from 'The View' Is Expecting Her First Baby Less Than a Year after Suffering Miscarriage
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain shares the good news of her pregnancy after suffering a miscarriage nearly a year ago.
Meghan took to Instagram to share that she and her husband, Ben Domenech, are expecting their first child together amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meghan's post extensively discussed the situations surrounding the excellent news concerning her work and the current health crisis around the globe. It read:
"My husband Ben and I have been blessed… I'm pregnant… I'll be joining millions of Americans who are self-isolating."
The post also revealed that Meghan had consulted with her doctors, who advised her to be particularly vigilant about the safety of herself and the baby.
In that light, the talk show host decided to continue appearing on the "The View" but would do so remotely from her home via satellite. She concluded by thanking her employer, ABC, for allowing her to continue to appear on the show remotely.
A source close to the family revealed that amidst the excitement and joy the family was feeling, Meghan's strength and courage rose thanks to her role on the show. Her most important duty is to keep Americans informed and help them understand the importance of staying at home to help slow down the spread of the virus.
Meghan has been very vocal about the importance of "social distancing" and self-isolation.
Despite the tragedy of a miscarried pregnancy that struck her family in 2019, McCain fought through the hurt.
The soon to be mother continued to serve the public through her job by sharing information that they need every day. On one of her several posts advocating for social distancing, Meghan captioned:
Meghan has been very vocal about the importance of "social distancing" and self-isolation, which health officials have revealed as one of the essential ways of keeping the coronavirus from spreading faster than it already has. With her baby on the way, it is certain that she'll continue to keep herself safe.
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