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    I am so sorry for your loss

    and certainly I would block Facebook and not watch the news for a bit, as it will be so hard for you.


    life sucks sometimes

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    Love & light to you OP, miscarriage is tough. People expect you to just get over it, my miscarriages were awful and it took me a long time to heal. I subconsciously blocked the baby's due dates from my mind & stayed away from pregnant friends.

    A trip to the shops would have me in tears, seeing pregnant woman was gut wrenching. Grieve for your baby and do whatever it is you need to do to get through each day.
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    I've been through a missed miscarriage and an early miscarriage/ chemical pregnancy. It's really difficult, OP. Sadly, I thought about the bubs every single day, even without the reminder of a royal being pregnant.

    It's obviously very fresh at the moment but I promise it will get easier. I still get really emotional about my losses at times, miscarriage really isn't fair. I'm so sorry you had to go through it.

    Hugs.

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    OP sorry you are going through this difficult time. It's very hard and over a year later I still cry most days. But then my fertile days are over and I have no chance of another baby.

    I didn't realise the royal baby's due date had been announced. They didn't with George - it was all speculation. For those saying 8 months well, I'm sure she is a bit further along than 4/5 weeks.

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    I'm so sorry for your loss

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    OP I completely get where you are coming from. I found out our daughter died the day the press figured out Kate Middleton was pregnant with George. I dreaded that for the coming months I was going to have to be reminded every time I saw a headline or magazine while grabbing groceries. It truly is a punch in the stomach sometimes and you're allowed to feel however you feel.
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    Thank you for all the support ladies. Just thought I should clarify a couple of things:

    1. This is a rant. In no way do I believe that Kate Middleton got pregnant deliberately to upset me.

    2. I am fully functional in my everyday life (as well as anyone is, anyway).

    3. I use the pregnancy loss forum to describe how I feel to a group of people who understand. Sometimes these feelings are not reasonable or rational. You ladies make me feel better and I cannot thank you enough for that.

    4. The term 'spare heir' is used by royal watchers to describe the second in line to the throne. It's tongue in cheek. Prince Harry has been called that for years but has now been debunked by the impending royal bundle of joy. If you look at the British newspapers you will find the term. I apologise if the term offends anyone, but you should be prepared to be offended many times in the upcoming months by various news outlets, if that is the case.

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    Hugs OP xxx

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    You weren't being a selfish cow, just human. But for the record, even if you were, you are totally allowed!!

    End of discussion.

    ps you're not alone in your feelings about this topic xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally1981 View Post
    Thank you for all the support ladies. Just thought I should clarify a couple of things:

    1. This is a rant. In no way do I believe that Kate Middleton got pregnant deliberately to upset me.

    2. I am fully functional in my everyday life (as well as anyone is, anyway).

    3. I use the pregnancy loss forum to describe how I feel to a group of people who understand. Sometimes these feelings are not reasonable or rational. You ladies make me feel better and I cannot thank you enough for that.

    4. The term 'spare heir' is used by royal watchers to describe the second in line to the throne. It's tongue in cheek. Prince Harry has been called that for years but has now been debunked by the impending royal bundle of joy. If you look at the British newspapers you will find the term. I apologise if the term offends anyone, but you should be prepared to be offended many times in the upcoming months by various news outlets, if that is the case.
    You're my hero! So eloquent!

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