Ashley Graham Shared a Heartbreaking Miscarriage News!
- Ashley Graham revealed her painful miscarriage story in an interview.
- The mother of two said that she had a miscarriage before giving birth to her twins.
- The mom of three shared her story about her pregnancy and difficult childbirth.
Ashley Graham lost a child during COVID–
Losing a child is a pain for all mothers. Ashley Graham too lost a child during quarantine time.
Ashley opened up about the difficulty she faced while giving birth to her twins in January. It was then that she also revealed that she had suffered a terrible miscarriage before that.
Graham who has a two-year-old son Issac and 4-months-old twins with husband Justin Ervin penned an emotional essay.
The model said that she and her husband moved to her mom’s house in Nebraska when COVID started and when they came back to New York in 2020, they tried having another baby. Graham became pregnant in early 2021.
“I’ve not shared this until now, but I fell pregnant in January of 2021, on my husband’s birthday. Because it was my second pregnancy, I started to show early, and we were so excited. But at the end of February, I had a miscarriage.”
The sports Illustrated model said her miscarriage was devastating and quoted:
” It was one of the biggest losses I had ever had in my life to date.”
During the difficult time, her son Issac was her only solace.
She further quoted:
“I cannot even fathom how heartbreaking it must be for women who have not yet had children, and for those who have been through miscarriages multiple times. And yet the world expects us to move on and handle our grief with grace.”
Ashley Graham- pregnancy after miscarriage
After the tragedy, Grahan did become pregnant again, and this time with twins. She said she was well prepared to welcome them.
In her essay, she wrote:
“I felt like ‘I’ve got this. But it was also pretty much the end of my body as I knew it. I got huge, and fast.”
Ashley gave birth at home. It was a joyous occasion when the boys arrived.
Her son Malachi arrived at first and within a couple of hours, Roman came too. It was then things turned out to be scary.
“The next thing you know, I looked at my midwife and said I don’t feel good. I think I need to lay down,’ and I blacked out.”
“I remember seeing darkness and what seemed like stars. When I finally came to, I looked around and I saw everybody. They just kept saying to me, ‘You’re fine. You’re fine. You’re fine.’ They didn’t want to tell me, right then, that I’d lost liters of blood.”