Princess Diana's Brother Charles Spencer Expresses Support for Harry & Meghan after Miscarriage

Princess Diana's brother Charles Spencer recently appeared on "Lorraine," where he sent his condolences to Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle after learning that the couple suffered a miscarriage in July.

Princess Diana's younger brother Charles Spencer is showing support to his nephew, Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle after learning that they suffered a miscarriage this past summer.

In a recent episode of ITV's Lorraine, Spencer joined the show's host, Lorraine Kelly, virtually from his family's residence in Northamptonshire. There, he opened up about issues relating to his late sister while also sending condolences to Harry and Meghan.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle depart Canada House on January 07, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle depart Canada House on January 07, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

Spencer described the news of Meghan's miscarriage as a sad one, adding that he could not imagine the agony of couples who lose their pregnancies.

He further expressed his sympathy for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex while noting that his thoughts were with them as they deal with their loss.

Spencer's sentiments to Harry and Meghan come shortly after the Duchess revealed that she suffered a miscarriage in July after moving into their Santa Barbara home. The child would have been her and Harry's second child together.

Meghan explained that losing a child is an "almost unbearable grief" experienced by many women who are often too broken or ashamed to talk about it.

Meghan hopes that people will learn to check up on their loved ones more and encourages everyone not to be afraid to ask if they are okay.

However, she acknowledged women who have bravely shared their miscarriage stories, encouraging many more women with similar experiences to speak up about their pain.

Meghan also touched on how important it is for people who have suffered miscarriages to have family and friends willing to listen and share in their pain. For the Duchess, this is the first step towards healing.

Though Harry and Meghan kept the news to themselves for a while, the couple is reportedly ready to open up about their devastating loss while seeking to help and encourage others going through similar experiences.

Meghan hopes that people will learn to check up on their loved ones more and encourages everyone not to be afraid to ask if they are okay. 

Suffering a miscarriage might have been devastating, but it appears Meghan has found strength in her pain and is well on her way to inspiring many women around the world.

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