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#Alecbaldwin and wife #Hilariabaldwin suffer yet another #heartbreaking miscarriage

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This si the second one this year. My goodness that woman is strong. They have four babies and the fifth has definitely tried and tested them in their patience. May the good Lord heal and comfort them in the times of their needs.

from @hilariabaldwin – We are very sad to share that today we learned that our baby passed away at 4 months. We also want you to know that even though we are not ok right now, we will be. We are so lucky with our 4 healthy babies—and we will never lose sight of this. I told Carmen and took this so I could send it to Alec. I guess this is a good way to share it with you too. I told her that this baby isn’t going to come after all…but we will try very hard to give her a little sister another time. I’m really devastated right now…I was not expecting this when I went to my scan today. I don’t know what else to say…I’m still in shock and don’t have this all quite clear. Please no paparazzi…that’s all I ask ❤️

Recent Photo of Hilaria Baldwin after miscarriage.

from @hilariabaldwin – Eyes swollen from crying, groggy from anesthesia, crampy from the surgery…but I made it and I want you to know that I’m physically ok. I’m grateful for my family, friends, doctors and nurses, and all of you who have held my hand through this difficult time. You have no idea how much this means to me. One foot in front of the other…now I begin the healing journey ❤️

from @hilariabaldwin – Many people think being soft is being weak, but I’ve found true power in being vulnerable. When I decided to open up about my miscarriage I experienced this past spring, I was nervous to talk about it…but these hidden experiences in my life are only scary when I feel I cannot be open. We are taught to be so private with our fertility journeys…that we only share the strength and success…not the challenges. We must be “strong women,” silently suffering through any negativity we experience along the way. What I learned from opening up about losing my pregnancy is that I was so far from being alone. And being silent was just making me weak…even though I was taught that silence was “staying strong.” By choosing to be soft I became vulnerable, and through becoming vulnerable I found the truest strength. Not only within myself, but within our community. This image is one that I posted of me going into my d&c surgery this past spring. I’m excited to be partnering with @niveausa for their #rethinksoft campaign to help others see the power in soft and how it can actually unite us all #ad #niveausa

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