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Britney Spears and Fiancé Losses Pregnancy

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Barely a month after announcing her pregnancy, Britney Spears and fiancé Sam Asghari have announced the loss of the pregnancy. 

The Grammy winner shared an Instagram message with her fans, informing them that she and her fiancé, Sam Asghari, had lost their pregnancy. 

“It is with great sadness that we must inform you that we have lost our miracle baby very early in the pregnancy,” Spears posted on Instagram on Saturday. “Any parent would be devastated at this moment.” 

In April, the pop artist announced on Instagram that she was expecting her third child, saying, “I got a pregnancy test… and uhhhhh well… I am having a baby.” 

Spears admitted in her statement that she and Sam Ashgari “should’ve waited to disclose until we were further along,” but that they were “overly happy to share the fantastic news.” 

She went on: “Our strength comes from our affection for one another. We’ll keep attempting to grow our wonderful family. We appreciate your help tremendously.” 

Spears asked for privacy during this period in her message. 

Ashgari’s Instagram feed included the same photo. 

Britney Spears announces her third pregnancy and refers to her fiancé Sam Asghari as her “husband.” 

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Spears said she was bewildered about what was going on with her body when she “shed so much weight to go on my Maui trip just to gain it back” when she originally announced her pregnancy in April. 

“I thought, ‘Geez… what happened to my stomach???'” she wrote, adding that Asghari told her she was “food pregnant” in recent Instagram postings. 

“I got a bit more food pregnant — it’s growing!” Spears revealed four days after getting the pregnancy test. 

“Marriage and kids are a natural aspect of a great relationship filled with love and respect,” Asghari said with a sketch of two lions with their youngster on Instagram Monday. 

He stated in the post, “Fatherhood is something I have always looked forward to and something I don’t take lightly.” “This is the most crucial job I’ll ever have.”

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Allison Corrigan

I’m Allison and I am human rights activist and LGBTQIA+ defender. I finished my degree graduate studies on Public Administration and I spend most of my free time in contributing written works about community development, public administration and lifestyle.

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