Hilaria Baldwin feels a huge amount of "love" and "support" after discovering that she has miscarried.
"There was not a single heart rhythm in my scan today … the famous yogi is divided into Instagram with a photograph of her four children and her husband, Alec Baldwin ." But I have a rather strong and wonderful heartbeat here. I'm surrounded by such love and I'm so fortunate. "
35-year-old star thanks his friends, relatives and followers for listening for your support
She continues her title:" We are stronger together .. I hope this talk will continue to grow and we will keep together, both good and complex moments of life, and gratitude to all of you.
Less than a week ago, Baldwin took to social media to share his struggle for pregnancy. , saying that he believes that she "is likely to go through miscarriage." Although, at the time, it was not Ulo confirmed.
The 35-year-old explains that she promised herself to "show the truth" and "help people being real and open" about her pregnancy.
"I have always been so open with you all that concerns my seven, fitness, pregnancy … and I do not want to keep it from you, just because it's not as positive and brilliant as others
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"In addition, I have no shame or embarrassment with this experience
I want to be part of the effort to ormalizuvaty miscarriage and take off her stigma "- said Baldwin. I'm tired, tired, my body is changing, and I have to pretend that everything is fine, and that's really not the case.
Mother Four detailed her situation at that time, writing: "The embryo has a heartbeat, but it is not strong, and the child does not grow very strongly. Therefore, we are waiting – and it's difficult, so much uncertainty … but the chances are very, very small that it is a viable pregnancy. I have complete confidence that we will survive this with the family, even if the journey is difficult. "
Ilaria closed her statement saying she hopes to" promote awareness of this sensitive topic ". than a week ago, she continued the dialogue and even talked about the normalization of miscarriages on Today .
"This is something that was not easy. I understand this, and I wanted to go out and talk about it, because this is what so many people are dealing with and, as women, we are trained to deal with this silently," said she Hoda Cott and Savannah Guthrie on Today April 9th.
We are sending Hilaria and her family love and support during this time.