Whitney Port, star of ‘The Hills,’ Loses Her Pregnancy

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Whitney Port, star of ‘The Hills,’ suffers a miscarriage.

Whitney Port announced on Instagram and YouTube on Wednesday that she and husband Tim Rosenman had lost the baby, almost two weeks after sharing she was seven weeks pregnant with what she feared was “another unhealthy pregnancy.”

“I’m so sorry to tell you this, and some of you may have seen our most recent YouTube episode, but we lost the baby,” Port wrote on her Instagram Story.

“We found out yesterday, and I’m not sure what to say.”

Last night, I recorded a full verbal diary of all my thoughts and emotions, which I’ll release next week on my podcast.”

“I’m sending all of my love to those of you who are currently dealing with this.”

“And I don’t want to be insensitive by making light of it, but glass half full — I don’t feel like a complete s— anymore,” she added.

Port has previously suffered miscarriages, revealing that she had miscarriages in July 2019 and January 2021.

Port and Rosenman, who also have a 4-year-old son named Sonny, have been open about their fertility struggles, announcing in November that they were expecting their first child.

3 that the MTV star was expecting a child, but that things were not going well.

“Whatever was happening in there was not where it was supposed to be given the week that I’m at,” she continued, referring to her most recent ultrasound at the time. On Wednesday, Port and Rosenman shared on YouTube that their doctor didn’t hear a heartbeat during their eight-week and four-day check-up.

“Last week the baby had doubled and he heard the heartbeat,” Port said tearfully, but “this week there was no heartbeat.” She added that the doctor “said it’s done — that when I had that ultrasound that… looked like there was no embryo inside and the yolk sac was thin.”

Port’s doctor recommended that she and her husband get fertility testing because “the thought of not having a second kid is too painful to bear,” she said.

Whitney Port, ‘The Hills’ Star, Suffers Pregnancy Loss

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