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18th Nov 2021

The Hills star Whitney Port suffers pregnancy loss

Ellen Fitzpatrick


The Hills star Whitney Port has opened up about suffering a pregnancy loss in a heartbreaking post.

Taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, the reality star shared the news only weeks after having announced that she was expecting another baby.

The 36 year old is already mum to four year old son Sonny and has been open about her three other pregnancy losses in the past.

Whitney wrote: “I’m so sad to say this, and some of you may have watched our latest YouTube episode, but we lost the baby. We found out yesterday. I don’t even really know what to say here.

“I recorded a full on verbal diary of all my thoughts and emotions last night that I’ll put on my podcast next week.

“Sending all my love to those of you dealing with this right now. And I don’t want to be insensitive by making light of it, but glass half full- I don’t physically feel like complete s*** anymore.”

It was only earlier this month that she revealed the news that she was expecting again with husband Tim Rosenman, but told her followers that she had some fears as it was another “unhealthy pregnancy.”

Opening up on her YouTube channel, she said: “I’m currently 7 weeks pregnant, which is supposed to be obviously really exciting, and it has been up until yesterday.

“I have been going to the doctor and monitoring it, because of my history with miscarriages. I’ve had two miscarriages and a chemical pregnancy. And everything was looking good up until yesterday.

“I went to the doctor and he did an ultrasound. Whatever was happening in there was not where it was supposed to be given the week that I’m at. He said that he was pessimistic about this pregnancy, and then he told me to get blood drawn.

Admitting that she was scared for herself, Whitney said that pregnancies like this affect “everything that we do.”

She continued: “Moral of the story is, this is likely another unhealthy pregnancy. It’s such a huge part of our lives right now, and it affects everything, physically and mentally and everything that we do.

“So it just felt like an opportunity to just share it, because I couldn’t just sit here and go on with my life and not share it. And I know that there’s likely so many people out there that have had to deal with this.”