For many women, the prospect of having a child is priceless. When you find out you're pregnant, you immediately begin bonding with your child.
Statistics show that 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Michelle Obama is one of the celebrities who has publicly expressed her grief at the loss of her baby. In vitro fertilization was used to conceive her two daughters, according to the former first lady (IVF).
Consider a few of our own South African celebs who have had their unborn children aborted.
In early 2020, the Kortes vocalist lost her infant child. An unidentified buddy told the media about her miscarriage. Mshoza was clearly upset by the news, according to the unnamed source.
As a result of the death of her child, She is in a terrible predicament. She was exceedingly stressed, and physicians decided that her stress caused her to miscarry. Drum magazine was told by one of the pals.
2. Lerato Kganyago
The representation of personality in the media Lerato Kganyago has had two miscarriages during her life.
Although she has remained mum about the first loss, she has revealed that the second happened when she was five months old in 2015. The actress acknowledges that the second miscarriage was more heartbreaking than the first since she was so desperate to have a kid.
3. Bridget Masinga.
Lerato Kganyago isn't the only woman or man who has had many miscarriages. Three of Bridget Masinga's children have died.
4. Dr Winnie Mashaba.
5. Dr Rebecca Malope
Rebecca Malope couldn't believe it when the doctor told her she had miscarraige.
After the horrific incident, the actress told Gareth Cliff on Cliff Central that she rushed out of the hospital.
6. Bontle Modiselle.
Unfortunately, Bontle is one of the actors who has suffered miscarriages in the past, but she is now the proud mother of a beautiful girl with Priddy Ugly, and she is grateful for the gift of life.
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