Meghan Mcain from 'The View' Says Being Pregnant during Coronavirus Pandemic Is Bittersweet

Olowokandi Fiyin
Mar 27, 2020
09:30 P.M.
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Meghan McCain, who has a baby on the way, spoke about her experience during the coronavirus pandemic.


Soon after she stated that she was expecting a baby, Meghan McCain has unveiled what it feels like being pregnant during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Meghan McCain, daughter of Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), attends a campaign rally at Defiance Junior High School October 30, 2008 | Photo: Getty Images


“The View” co-host, who is in self-isolation, joined the other hosts of the show, Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, and their guest co-host, Sara Haines, for the first time since she announced her pregnancy.

[Meghan McCain and Ben Domenech] got married in 2017 a few months after Meghan confirmed that they got engaged secretly.


During their chat, the TV personality stated that although she was grateful for the love shown to her, it was “bittersweet” being pregnant during the pandemic.

Meghan, who joined the show through a video call from her home, stated that it was “bittersweet cause there’s just a lot of people in a lot of pain right now.”

She also added that she had to keep reminding herself that people have had babies in much worse conditions than what she was currently experiencing.


People recalled that Meghan announced that she and her husband, Ben Domenech, were expecting their first child together through an Instagram post

In the post, the TV personality and author stated that while this wasn’t the way she planned to share the good news, she and her husband were “blessed” to be having their first baby.

As it turned out, her co-host and friend, Whoopi, had predicted the timing of Meghan’s pregnancy more than a year ago.

"Raising McCain" star Meghan McCain speaks onstage during the Pivot TV portion of the 2013 | Photo: Getty Images


According to Pop Culture, Meghan made the revelation during her video chat with the hosts of the show, who were shocked. The co-hosts became even more shocked when the columnist added that Whoopi also correctly guessed the baby’s sex. 

As regards her relationship with Ben, Closer Weekly divulged that the duo got married in 2017 a few months after Meghan confirmed that they got engaged secretly.

During an episode of “The View,” the “Raising McCain” star stated that she had hoped to get married without people finding out, but unfortunately, “people talk sometimes.”

Meghan McCain walks with her husband Ben Domenech as the casket of U.S. Sen. John McCain leaves the Arizona State Capitol to go to a memorial service at the North Phoenix Baptist Church on August 30, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

Fans were delighted about Meghan’s news even though her husband was not a fan of Valentine’s Day, which many have termed the most romantic day on earth.


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