Megan McCain delighted fans with a pregnancy update about her active baby in the womb. The talk show host rarely mentions her unborn baby due to negativity from the web.
Over the weekend, Meghan McCain broke one of her privacy rules by sharing an update about her pregnancy via Instagram stories. She's previously stated she would not be opening up about the coming child.
McCain, 35, suffered a miscarriage before announcing her recent pregnancy back in March. This will be her and husband Ben Domenech's first child together.
MEGHAN SHARES PREGNANCY UPDATE
"The View" co-host wrote the update in pink text on a pure black background. "My baby moves around inside me all day like a wildcat..." she began.
She continued: "Wild in the womb. I should have expected nothing less from the spawn of me and Ben." She then went on to praise the unique experience that all mothers go through.
NO DESIRE TO TALK BABY
She pointed to netizens saying hurtful things about her late father, former senator John McCain. Some expressed happiness that the senator had gotten cancer and passed away.
McCain implied that she would prefer not to put her child in the way of such statements. The decision was a joint one between her and Domenech. We hope she hasn't received any messages after the Instagram story.
ANNOUNCEMENT & QUARANTINE
McCain's initial pregnancy announcement was slightly overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic and the initial rush to isolate to stop the spread. For McCain, she did it to protect her baby.
At the time, McCain also had to balance her work on "The View" and continue keeping the public informed as regards personal hygiene and social distancing.
Later on, she commented on having to quarantine with her husband for the first time, calling it "like marriage on acid." Not only is she learning more about Domenec, but she's now totally sure she married right.
MEGHAN CLAIMS HER CITY A 'WAR ZONE'
While things are going well inside of her home, things are supposedly different on the outside. In early June, the mother-to-be called her New York neighborhood a "war zone" due to alleged riots in the area.
The nationwide protests that erupted after the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer have sparked looting in many places. However, one writer disagreed with McCain.
Kristen Bartlett, a film writer, responded to McCain's tweet, saying, "Meghan, we live in the same building, and I just walked outside. It's fine." McCain has previously expressed support for justice for Floyd.