Model and cookbook writer Chrissy Tagin said late Wednesday night that she and her husband, singer John Legend, had lost their third child, a son, a few days after posting on social media suffering from pregnancy complications.
“Driving home from a childless hospital,” Ms. Tagin wrote on Twitter. “How can this be real.”
Ms. Tagin also posted a black-and-white photograph on Twitter and Instagram showing her lying on a hospital bed with her hands clasped in a prayer-like position, often with tears in her eyes. In another Instagram photo it is shown that she is holding her baby, as Mr. Legend kisses her shoulder.
Such revelations have resonated with women in the United States, where pregnancy discrimination is widespread, and organizations providing family planning or abortion services are frequently targeted by Republican officials, and miscarriages still occur more frequently.
Mrs. Obama wrote in her 2018 memoir, “What no one tells you is that miscarriages always happen, in more women than you ever guessed,” Mrs. Obama wrote in her “Memoirs.” “It was only after I learned that I would have a miscarriage with some friends who responded by loving and supporting me and glowing me with their miscarriage stories.”
Ms. Tigen was hospitalized Sunday, and it was not immediately clear how pregnant she was or whether she had a miscarriage. Last month, she sighed that she was expecting a baby boy.
In an emotional post with a picture, Ms. Tagin wrote on Wednesday that she and Mr. Legend, 41, said he had not decided on the names of his two children before leaving the hospital. The couple has a daughter, Luna, and a son, Miles.
“But, we, for some reason, started calling this little guy in my belly jack,” he told his combined followers 44 million followers on the platform. “So he will always be a jack for us.”
In many ways, Mrs. Tegan and Mr. Legend, who live in Los Angeles and own their property in New York City, are outstanding American celebrity power couples for the social media age.
She began creating a public profile a decade ago, specifically as a swimsuit model for Sports Illustrated. Her profile went beyond the fashion world, and she used her love of cooking to publish a cookbook.
Ms. Tegin gathered millions of followers who praised her candid statements on the platform, her sense of humor and her willingness not to back down from the fight.
Last year, Ms. Tegan and Mr. The legend appeared in public with President Trump, who called him “dirty confused” in a Twitter post. Mr. Tig fired with explosives – which Mr. Trump famously used in recordings that were included shortly before the 2016 presidential election – Went viral.
He has also used social media to advocate for progressive causes.
In 2015, for example, he met Ferguson, Mo. Spoke in support of the protesters and led a celebrity-led campaign for the deadly shooting for reproductive rights at a parenthood clinic held in Colorado.
It has also been Vitriol’s target on the platform, and after the couple’s loss, as has been the reaction with many. Comedian Sarah Silverman While expressing sympathy, the hashtag “Oh Chrissy” was used by Ms. Tagin’s critics formed a cooperative.
Two weeks ago, Ms. Tagin wrote that she was put to bed rest due to pregnancy difficulties. “The punishment for saying the first two pregnancies was easy. Joke. Last week, he posted a photo of himself working out of bed.
During the early stages of his ordeal, he had time to post extensively on everything from baking PoliticsIncluding Mr. Trump’s decision to nominate Judge Amy Connie Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in the Supreme Court.
This week, Ms. Tagin said on Instagram that she was admitted to the hospital on Sunday due to excessive bleeding from her placenta. He also posted a picture of the blood transfusion leaflet.
But on Tuesday, Ms. Wrote On Twitter who just experienced a “really scary morning”.
He wrote, “Huge tangled, almost defensible. “It was like a boring hour to hear the beat. I never thought I would be so relieved in my life. “
Ms Tigen wrote on Wednesday that despite many blood transfusions, her baby could not get the fluids he needed.
He wrote, “We are shocked and the kind of deep sorrow you have only heard about, the kind of sorrow we have never experienced before,” he wrote.
He added, “On this darkest day, we will mourn, we will cry out of our eyes. “But we’ll hug each other and love it harder and go through it.”
Later Wednesday, Mr. Legend wrote on Twitter, “We love you, Jack,” followed by five black hearts.