A lot of things about celebrities are instantly and consistently made public, which is why we are usually hip to even the most intimate details of the lives of the rich and famous. That even goes for their medical issues and ailments. A celebrity got his wisdom tooth pulled? We knew about it before the insurance company did. A (hopefully, for their sake) different celebrity got a little nip and a little tuck? We have exactly as many details as the plastic surgeon who performed the procedure. You get the point.
But one thing that we’re usually pretty unaware about is when, devastatingly, a celebrity loses their baby. First of all, we don’t even know that said baby exists until after the first trimester, when chances of miscarriage are lower. But, even still, afterward, something so personal and sad is hard to talk about. And, even though these 7 celebrities have revealed their fertility issues, you probably still didn’t know about their respective miscarriages:
In her documentary Life is But A Dream, Bey briefly discusses the heartbreak that was listening for the heartbeat of the baby that was meant to come one year before Blue Ivy, and not hearing anything. She also sings about the tragedy in her song "Heaven," which she describes as the "saddest song [she's] ever written."
Elizabeth, who eventually used a surrogate to have her son, had an issue in her uterus that prevented her from being able to successfully become pregnant.
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Jen's usually pretty quiet about her personal life, even when new rumors about her being pregnant pop up daily. But it's been confirmed both that Jen actually really wants kids, despite rumors of the contrary, and that she suffered two miscarriages during her marriage to Brad Pitt.
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As if the trauma of having a miscarriage wasn't hard enough on Lily, she's also revealed that she'd gotten so sick after losing the baby that she very nearly died. OMG!
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Pink confirmed to Ellen that she'd had a miscarriage in the past, which made her super nervous to announce her pregnancy with her daughter, Willow. Thankfully, her little girl is now 4 years old and thriving!
The Harry Potter actress has struggled with infertility issues for quite some time, after having suffered a miscarriage in the late-90s. She's since adopted a son and given birth to a daughter via IVF.
Not only did Giuliana, herself, suffer from infertility issues, but the surrogate who she hired also suffered three separate miscarriages. G and her hubby were fortunate enough, however, to have their son Duke, in the midst of all of this.