Pop singer Britney Spears announced the legacy of her “miracle baby” on Saturday, a tragic ending that she originally saw as her triumph over the fall of her father’s heirship.
In a joint statement with fiance Sam Asgari in an Instagram post on Saturday, Spears said it was “the deepest sorrow” of announcing the tragic miscarriage.
“It is with our deepest sorrow to inform you that we lost our miracle baby early in our pregnancy,” the statement said.
“This is a destructive time for all parents. Perhaps we had to wait for the announcement to go further, but we are excited to share the good news,” the statement added. “Love for one another is our strength. We will continue to work to expand our beautiful family. Thanks for all your support. We ask that you protect your privacy during this difficult time.”
The singer and actor announced the news of pregnancy in April. Instagram postIt comes after she became the guardian of her infamous father, who forced her to use an IUD, preventing her from reproducing.
At the time, both liberals and conservatives rallied for her cause, both noting that it at the same time violated her bodily autonomy and her right to procreation. that much New York Times He compared the practice to forced sterilization through eugenics.
“Court-approved contraceptive methods are rare in the United States. repair. But the ghost it evokes (forced infertility) has a grim and far-reaching history of particularly poor women in America. women of color And inmate. At the beginning of the 20th century, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a state-approved practice,” the outlet notes.
“Eugenics is female infertility. In the case of 1927 buck vs bell, The Supreme Court recognized the right to sterilize. ‘I have a weak heart’ A woman imprisoned in a state psychiatric hospital, along with what Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote in the infamous ‘3rd generation of idiots is enough’.”