Sympathy for Meghan and Harry over miscarriage heartbreak – The Yorkshire Post says
Torment which can last for years, with many suffering the after-effects in silence because they feel unable to seek the solace and support of others – including health professionals – out of embarrassment.
It should not be like this. As the Duchess herself says: “The conversation remains taboo, riddled with (unwarranted) shame, and perpetuating a cycle of solitary mourning.”
And while this has certainly been a difficult year for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after relinquishing their Royal responsibilities to begin a new life in Los Angeles with son Archie, their candour will, hopefully, comfort those coming to terms with baby loss. Speaking out like this, they have performed an invaluable public service by shining a light on an aspect of healthcare overlooked for too long.