Scheana Shay is getting candid about Stassi Schroeder‘s pregnant, saying it’s “really really hard” to see her friend expecting after her miscarriage. The “Vanderpump Rules” star addressed her miscarriage in a tearful YouTube video, explaining what she went through weeks ago when she lost her baby at six weeks pregnant. Explaining how difficult it’s been to go through a miscarriage after being told she wouldn’t get pregnant on her own, the 35-year-old described the heartbreaking moment she found out there was no longer a heartbeat.
In the video, shot on June 19th, Scheana Shay tearfully described how she felt “pregnant” one minute “then just normal.” Telling her viewers how lonely it was that she couldn’t share her pregnancy sooner, the “Pump Rules” star added, “This is the reason why I haven’t been out there protesting but I couldn’t tell anyone that I’m pregnant, or I was.” Fighting through the tears, she continued, “I needed to take care of myself and not put myself or the baby at risk and be out there around people when there’s a virus going around.”
Reiterating the fact she “couldn’t tell anyone,” Scheana Shay added, “I just made up excuses for why I wasn’t out there when I would have been.” Telling her fans that when this was filmed she was waiting to pass the baby, Scheana Shay described how “hard” it is to see some of her friends who are pregnant.
“Seeing a few of my friends pregnant right now and knowing I was going to be there with them and now I’m not is just really really hard,” she said breaking down.
Scheana Shay revealed her devastating miscarriage last week on her podcast. Her devastating news comes just one week after her former “Vanderpump Rules” star Stassi Schroeder announced she’s pregnant and expecting her first child with her fiancé, Beau Clark. The couple posted several shots from their small gender reveal party and revealed it’s a girl. Stassi and Beau are currently using their free time to get the nursery ready and talk about daddy diaper duty. Stassi Schroeder is expecting her mini-me in January 2021.