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Monday, March 14, 2011

News update: Kelly Chen had a Miscarriage?

Since giving birth to her son, Chace, in 2009,Kelly wanted to have a daughter. To fulfill this dream, 38-year-old Kelly underwent in-vitro fertilization to conceive.  At the end of January, Kelly announced becoming successfully pregnant with twins. Despite her excitement, she admitted that she worried about the stability of her pregnancy. In her fifth month, Kelly announced her miscarriage yesterday.

On her blog, Kelly wrote, “Last week was the toughest week of my life…. We put in our best efforts, but our twin daughters will not be able to live with us.” She appreciated the careful medical care provided and told the outside world not to worry. “I will take good rest. When I am ready, I will meet with everyone. Thank you for your blessings!”

Recuperating for One Month

Kelly is currently at home resting. She will take a one month break.  Fortunately, the optimistic Kelly was not depressed. “All along, my husband and my son have been there to support me. I will face the situation in an optimistic manner.”

Kelly’s assistant, Leo, stated, “The miscarriage was not due to the in-vitro fertilization process. Carrying twins poses a higher risk.  Earlier, there were contraction signs. The doctor advised Kelly to enter Queen Mary Hospital, since their pediatric equipment was better. At the time, Kelly’s husband, Alex, was by her side for twenty-four hours.” (When did the contractions occur?) “One week ago; it happened in the morning.” (Will Kelly undergo another in-vitro fertilization process to conceive?) “Let’s not think about that for now. Let Kelly recover fully first!”

Excerpt from the Sun and news and pic Credit to Jayne.Stars

Thoughts: Aww... this is such a sad news. At the end, her twins daughters can't make it into the world. My condolences goes out to Kelly and her family. Kelly must be in her toughest time now. Despite what age you are, having a miscarriage is a devastating thing to anyone.  I just hope that Kelly and her family can quickly be heal from this tragedy and move on. I will always Support Kelly!! I also hope that Kelly can quickly recover and stay strong. Everything the Best for Kelly and her family!

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