"Holding my first child in my arms, I realized that I was losing my second," the duchess admitted.
Prince Harry's wife, Meghan Markle, said she had a miscarriage in July. She described what happened in a column for The New York Times.
Markle felt a sharp pain and realized that something was wrong when she changed Archie's diaper. She sank to the floor with her son in her arms and sang a lullaby, trying to calm herself and him.
"Holding my first child in my arms, I realized that I was losing my second," said the Duchess of Sussex.
A few hours later, she was hospitalized, where she and her husband suffered a miscarriage.
"The loss of a child is almost unbearable grief that many families experience, but a minority talk about it," the column reads.