Britney Spears has lost her miracle baby, the one she was so excited about and kept sharing about on Instagram. Spears had announced earlier this year that she was pregnant and both she and Sam Asghari were over the moon with the news. Sadly, she has now lost the child, and she announced the same on Instagram as well, updating her fans.
In the midst of this tragedy that is more common than we think, Britney’s fans and other celebrities are pouring in their support for the troubled singer, and her fiance, Sam Asghari has a promise to make as well.
Britney Spears, Sam Asghari Make The Sad Announcement
On Saturday night, Spears and Asghari took to Instagram to post a message, with a caption that read, “We are grateful for what we have in the process of expanding our beautiful family 💝 Thank you for your support.”
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The heartbreaking Instagram post read, “It is with our deepest sadness we have to announce that we have lost our miracle baby early in the pregnancy. This is a devastating time for any parent. Perhaps we should have waited to announce until we were further along however we were overly excited to share the good news. Our love for each other is our strength. We will continue trying to expand our beautiful family. We are grateful for all of your support. We kindly ask for privacy during this difficult moment.”
Celebrities Were Quick To Send Their Love To Britney
Paris Hilton was among the first to respond to Britney, and like always, she extended her support and love to her friend, writing: “I’m so sorry for your loss sis. Always here for you. Sending you so much love. Love you lots B.”
Television screenwriter, Marlene King wrote: “So sorry for your loss. Sending love.”
Terry Crews responded with a teary-eyed emoji, while Andy Cohen also sent her lots of love, through heart emojis. Gabrielle Union-Wade also left her praying emojis, and “Love Island” host Laura Whitmore responded to the sad news with a simple red heart emoji.
Singer Christina Perri also send Britney a “so sorry” message, followed by a string of broken hearts.
Many fans also stood by her, as one wrote a rather long comment, wanting the world to normalize a pregnancy loss. The comment read: “Can we normalize sharing pregnancy news in the first trimester? Who cares if hearing about loss makes some people uncomfortable. As women, we shouldn’t be pressured to conceal our “condition.” I wish I knew how common miscarriage was when I had my first. It would have been nice to know about other women’s experiences beforehand. There’s no shame in it. If women feel better to share, then it should be encouraged. Not talking about conception or pregnancy struggles isn’t healthy for young women or anyone for that matter.”
Another fan also seconded this opinion, writing, “I’m thankful you announced. There is a stigma with announcing too early, and then with miscarriage, you have to be quiet. By doing this, you’re allowing space for others to heal just like you. The more we speak about it, the more we all know we experience it together. I’m sorry for your loss ❤️”
Sam Asghari Makes A Promise To Britney Spears
Sam Asghari also wrote the simplest, sweetest message to Britney, writing, “We will have a miracle soon ❤️”
And yet, in the middle of all this support, some fans found it in their hearts to troll Britney, many feeling the pregnancy was not real at all.
Vicious comments followed.
“You are asking for privacy now? Hilarious. Unfortunately, nothing will be learned by this except she needs some mental health asap which of course won’t happen unless money can be made.”
“Guys this woman has trolled us. Either she’s mean-spirited or maybe there was a reason for her conservatorship. I mean I cheered for her release and celebrated her freedom but what she just pulled is krazeeeee!”
“I’m sorry … but I‘m confused. 5 days ago, some speculated that she would lose the child. And now it has happened. I know I’m being hated, but I think she needs an honest leading hand.”
Meanwhile, one fan called it right.
“It’s disgusting seeing all the spam comments on this post. Instagram needs to do better!”