Not at all scandalous, but terribly heartbreaking and very personal, sadly revealed she suffered a miscarriage over the summer in a candid New York Times op-ed.

The 39-year-old described the painful moment she knew something was wrong while she was changing her first son’s diaper.

“I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child that I was losing my second,” she wrote in the article titled “The Losses We Share.” Meghan later explained she hoped her story would help others in their healing process while she and try to heal themselves. As OK! reported, the happy couple announced on Valentine’s Day that baby Archie, who will turn 2 in May, is going to be a big brother. The couple is expecting baby No. 2.  

In December, Meghan sparked outrage once again after she “made her first private investment” in the company Clevr Blends, a start-up company that makes instant oat-milk lattes. The company confirmed Meghan as a new investor one day after Oprah Winfrey publicly posted the Clevr Blends coffee, which the actress gifted to the talk show host. 

There were “more than a few raised eyebrows” after word spread of Meghan’s new business venture, a royal source previously dished. “Neither party should be trading on their royal connections to benefit financially or risk bringing the Crown into disrepute,” another added of Harry and Meghan.

Harry and Meghan are also gearing up for a candid interview with their longtime friend, Winfrey, next month — the power couple will finally talk about their decision to leave the royal family. “I’m told nothing is off limits,” Winfrey’s friend Gayle King said on CBS This Morning of the upcoming interview before adding: “[Oprah] can ask anything she wants.”