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Prince Harry was supported through the tragedy of his wife Meghan Markle's miscarriage by brother Prince William and father Prince Charles, claims a report.
The Duchess of Sussex, 39, opened up about the loss she and the Duke, 36, went through in July, speaking candidly about how it affected them both.
The couple informed the Queen and the Royal Family after the miscarriage in July, The Sun reports.
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A source close to the Queen reportedly said: "There is understandable sadness in the family."
Prince Harry’s uncle, Earl Spencer, appeared on ITV's Lorraine on Wednesday, hours after the news was revealed and said: "I can’t imagine the agony for any couple of losing a child in this way."
And Meghan has received countless amounts of praise for using her platform to open up about a subject that so many people experience and, yet, don't really talk about.
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The mother-of-one's essay was entitled The Losses We Share and was printed in the New York Times on Tuesday.
The 39-year-old wrote: "After changing [Archie's] diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right.
"I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second. Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed, holding my husband’s hand.
Midwife Sophie King, from miscarriage research charity Tommy’s, called Meghan’s piece a ‘powerful message’, adding: "One in four pregnancies ends in loss but it’s a real taboo, so mothers like Meghan sharing their stories is a vital step in breaking down that stigma."
And Clea Harmer, of stillbirth charity Sands, added: "It helps enormously when someone in the public eye speaks out as it lets everyone affected know they are not alone."
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