When a piece of sad news hits one of our loved celebrities, tears start to rush from our eyes as well. In a New York Times op-ed Friday, Meghan McCain opened up about suffering from a miscarriage.
According to her, the incident happened just a week ago, and it totally devastated Meghan.
While talking about the incident, Meghan revealed how happy she and her husband were upon hearing they're going to be parents for the first time. The pair were reportedly expecting a baby girl.
One can only imagine, the sheer pain Meghan felt upon hearing their child had tragically died. Late John McCain daughter said she suffered from a miscarriage the same day she shot a cover story for New York Times Magazine.
While enunciating her excruciating pain, she said,
"I look back at those pictures now, and I see a woman hiding her shock and sorrow. I am posed for the camera, looking stern and strong, representing my fellow conservative women across the country. But inside, I am dying. Inside, my baby is dying."
Though she could've kept the news of her miscarriage private, Meghan took it public to destigmatize the "distressingly common" experience.
At first, McCain took all the blame for the miscarriage. She even went on to admit the misfortune came because of her high-visibility, high-stress field, and the burden of her father's loss earlier this year.
She eventually gave up on blaming herself and thought about her late father who gave her the courage to become strong and stern.
Meghan got married to her husband Ben Domenech in 2017.