See Meghan Markle's First Public Appearance since News Came Out about Her Miscarriage
The Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle, made a surprising appearance in a public media message to citizens as she acknowledged how the year has been amid the pandemic. This came following news of her miscarriage.
British royal Meghan Markle is putting aside her worries to share her heartfelt message to citizens as they are about to clock out the year amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Markle's appearance came as a pleasant surprise, especially because of recent updates about her miscarriage. In the clip shared on CNN Heroes' official Twitter page, Markle appeared radiant as she talked about the relatable health crisis.
Meghan Markle at New Zealand House to sign a book of condolence on behalf of The Royal Family on March 19, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Markle looked impeccable in a beige-colored blouse that hovered around her neckline bearing tied flaps at the front. While Markle styled her hair with the tresses fanning both sides of her face, she opted for subtle makeup and nose lipstick.
Markle, who starred in "Suits," began by stating that the year had been universally challenging and shared that she was inspired by the compassionate attitude of many despite the global pandemic. She shared:
"For many families, the impact of the pandemic has been catastrophic and far too many were faced with a heartbreaking question…"
Markle talked about how many faced the reality of hunger and how to put food on the table for their families. However, individuals' collective efforts became the beacon of hope as many citizens went out of their way to provide for one another.
The former actress made it known that this spirit of togetherness prompted her to share her wholesome message acknowledging citizens' efforts and their selflessness.
Markle mentioned that her decision to share the news was to help others who have experienced such a loss...
For a while now, Markle and her spouse, Prince Harry, have been doing their part in helping communities amid the novel coronavirus crisis. In April, the pair had meals delivered to citizens in Los Angeles through Project Angel Food.
The royal couple also extended their helping hand to students at the beginning of the school year. In collaboration with Baby2Baby, they distributed supplies to the scholars in need.
Markle's "CNN Heroes" address marks her first public appearance after she opened up about experiencing a miscarriage last month. Some criticized her for revealing a private issue.
However, Markle, a mom-of-one, showed that she was unaffected by the criticisms. In her soulful statement, the public figure revealed that her loss felt like an "almost unbearable grief."
Markle, who felt a sharp pain before losing the pregnancy, mentioned that her decision to share the news was to help others who have experienced such a loss take a step towards healing.