The actress writes in her memoir that she has had "8 or 9" miscarriages. Our heart goes out to her.
Two days after daughter Blue Ivy was born in 2012, Beyonce released "Glory." A line in the track, rapped by husband Jay Z, went as follows: "Last time the miscarriage was so tragic/ We was afraid you’d disappear/ But nah baby, you magic."
In February 2012, Frankel spoke to The Today Show about what she and then-husband Jason Hoppy went through: "We were pregnant with a second baby and at eight weeks I miscarried. That was a very emotional experience and it had a lot of different things that came with it."
After time off, Lisa Ling returned to The View in 2010 and confessed she had suffered a miscarriage after seven weeks. She said it made her feel like a "complete failure."
After her first IVF attempt in 2010, Rancic received the devastating news of a miscarriage when she was almost eight weeks pregnant.
The British artist suffered two miscarriages in three years, the second one in November 2010 after she contracted a viral infection when she was six months pregnant with a son. Horrible stuff.
Back in November 2010, Pink announced she was pregnant... but also revealed the reason she had been reluctant to open up about her pregnancy: "I was just really nervous," she said at the time. “I have had a miscarriage before.”
Carey suffered a miscarriage soon after marrying Nick Cannon in 2008. Cannon told Us Wweekly that Carey did daily acupuncture treatments “all over her body” and took progesterone in the aftermath.
Kidman famously suffered a pair of miscarriages early in life, which is what led her and Tom Cruise to adopt their two children.
Dion underwent six rounds of IVF since giving birth in 2001 and suffered a miscarriage before giving birth to twin boys Eddy and Nelson via C-section in October 2010, at the age of 42.
"I get pregnant pretty easily, but I have a hard time keeping them,” the actress told People magazine in October 2003, after years of attempting IVF and suffering several miscarriages. She did finally give birth at the age of 40.
After marrying writer Chris Henchy in 2001, the couple starting trying to have a baby right away, something Shields knew would be difficult, due to a diagnosis with cervical dysplasia. They turned to IVF after six months, and suffered a miscarriage a few months later.
The star of 19 Kids and Counting miscarried her 20th child in December 2011 during her second trimester. She found out after 19 weeks of pregnancy.
Jamie Otis suffered a miscarriage in the summer of 2016, just days after telling the world she is pregnant.
In early 2013, ex-boyfriend Courtland Rogers alleged this Teen Mom lost her baby due to heroin use.
Lindsay Lohan revealed in 2014 that, during a break in the filming for her reality show on OWN, that she had a miscarriage. No one knows the identity of the father.
Stodden and husband Doug Hutchison lost their baby several weeks into the former's first pregnancy. Some folks out there are wondering whether the entire thing was a hoax, however.
"I had a really bad experience when I was pregnant with my third," she told You Magazine in 2013. "It didn’t work out and I nearly die."
Kathie Lee Gifford
In 1992, Kathie Lee Gifford told her audience on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee that she had recently lost a baby, saying: "Until you experience [a miscarriage] yourself, you really don’t understand the heartbreak of it."
This is what the actress wrote in her memoir: "When the baby was gone, I just didn’t really get over it. Neither did my body. I so thoroughly convinced my body that it was still pregnant after nine months that I had milk coming from my breasts. I was still fat, I was still grieving, and I had just been told it was very possible I would never be able to have children. Fat, childless, with little hope for any future children ... that’s when I began to get fat."
Full of "anger and sorrow," the singer said in 1998 interview with canoe.ca tha "I went through a lot of different feelings after the miscarriage — you go through everything possible."
Jane Seymour told Entertainment Tonight that she had once suffered a miscarriage at work, confessing: "I actually lost a pregnancy live on television, announcing the Rose Parade, but nobody knew at the time."
In a 1998 interview with Good Housekeeping, Christie Brinkley opened up about her three tragic miscarriages. "After the first miscarriage, I tried to take the attitude that it was my body’s way of telling me that this pregnancy wasn’t meant to be, and that it was better for everybody."
Sharon Stone told AARP magazine that she suffered three miscarriages before adopting her children: "The last time I lost the baby, I went into 36 hours of labor. While we were at the hospital, our adoption attorney called."
"I had had several miscarriages,” she once told NBC’s Jane Pauley. "And when I did, they were never reported. And I would take a couple of days off then, and go back to work."
Halsey told Rolling Stone that she suffered a miscarriage while on tour in Chicago in 2015.
Ashley Williams opened up in September of 2016 about something very personal: she has suffered a miscarriage.
The Love & Hip Hop star admitted that she lost her baby in early 2017.
Our heart goes out to Vienna Girardi. The former reality star miscarried her twins in the summer of 2017.
Our hearts go out to Vanessa Marcil. She announced her seventh miscarriage in January of 2018.
We absolutely loved Claire Holt on The Originals. She admitted in early 2018 that she has tragically suffered a miscarriage.
Jenni "JWoww" Farley once suffered a miscarriage. The MTV personality made this admission on an episode of the rebooted cable network hit.
Swanson and husband Josiah Duggar admitted on a season premiere of Counting On that she lost a baby in October of 2018.
The talk show host wrote a powerful essay about this tragedy in July of 2019. She had been expecting a girl.