Meghan revealed she had a miscarriage in July last week in an article written for The New York Times. The Duchess has bravely spoken of the emotional toll the tragedy has taken for her and Prince Harry.
Talk to OK! Kate Micholl magazine, author of “Kate: The Future Queen” on Kate Middleton, revealed her answer.
She said: ‘I am told that William and Kate were in contact with Harry and Meghan when this happened in July.
“The whole family reached out to offer support.
“I think such a situation is what will help heal the divisions and bring the family back together.
“Difficult times like this encourage communication.”
Meghan and Harry caused a stir around the world in January when they announced their intention to step down as senior members of the Royal Family.
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“Likewise with Meghan’s miscarriage, it’s understandable that this tragedy causes the quartet to keep in touch and verify each other.”
Meghan fondly described the experience of miscarriage in her New York Times article.
“Hours later, I lay down on a hospital bed, holding my husband’s hand.
“I felt the wetness of her palm and kissed her knuckles, wet with our two tears.
“Looking at the cold white walls, my eyes glazed over. I tried to imagine how we would heal.
In May 2019, the couple’s son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor was born.
Reflecting his parentage, Archie holds both British and American citizenship.