Celebs who lost a Baby
These brave celebs have opened up about the pain of having a miscarriage.
Singer Lily Allen recently suffered a second miscarriage/stillbirth. She and her partner Sam Cooper have asked for privacy at what her spokesman described as a “deeply distressing time”. But it is reported that she is expecting again.
Celine Dion revealed that she and hubby René Angélil struggled in conceiving and the pain of miscarrying in a candid interview with Oprah. “Its life you know? A lot of people go through this” said the star.
In one of the most revealing interviews about her life, Nicole Kidman who suffered not one but two miscarriages during her marriage to Tom Cruise, opened up about her ordeal to Vanity Fair.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon recently revealed that they experienced a miscarriage shortly after getting married. "It kind of shook us both and took us into a place that was really dark and difficult," said Carey.
"I had two pregnancies that I lost in the late fifth month. And this is so awful because I had to go have surgery when my children died. This is a trauma that you just cannot bear" said Sharon Stone, recalling the pain of miscarrying in an interview with Prestige magazine.
Kirstie Alley has said that her weight gain started after she miscarried with her only pregnancy. The actress reveals all in her book, How to Lose Your Ass and Regain Your Life: Reluctant Confessions of a Big-Butted Star.
Friends star, Courtney Cox has had a very publicized battle with infertility. After several miscarriages due to immunity problems and IVF she has a healthy daughter, Coco.
Jane Seymour has had multiple miscarriages and painful infertility treatments. She has also written a book "Two at a time" that describes her ordeal.