Selling Sunset star Maya Vander has a miscarriage six months after stillbirth

Sell ​​sunset‘s Maya Vander has suffered another pregnancy loss.

Vander, 39, announced through her Instagram story on Wednesday that she was having a “really crazy week” and had a “10 week miscarriage,” six months after her stillbirth.

“But my children and my husband are definitely my blessing and I am so lucky to be their mother!! They bring joy and happiness to my life!!” she wrote.

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Maya Vander
Maya Vander had a miscarriage after 10 weeks. (Instagram)

“Hug and love the people you care about. Don’t take things for granted!” Vander’s message ended.

The reality star’s message was written over an image of her three-year-old son Aiden sleeping.

She shares Aiden and his two-year-old sister Elle with her husband David Miller.

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Maya Vander
Vander shared her message via a photo of her sleeping son. (Instagram)

In December 2021, when she was 38 weeks pregnant, Vander gave birth to her stillborn son.

“I’ve always heard of it, but never thought I’d be part of the stats,” Vander wrote at the time.

“Instead of giving birth to a baby, I get to go home with a keepsake box. I wouldn’t wish this on anyone. What was a regular weekly check-up turned into a nightmare that I can never imagine will happen to me. Given my part in the show I knew I should post about this and avoid the question ‘when is your due date.’ You will always be in our hearts, baby Mason.”

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Maya Vander
Vander has two children with her husband David Miller. (Instagram)

Vander then opened up to: We Weekly about the loss days later, saying she is transparent about her grief and her journey in an effort to help other grieving mothers feel less alone.

“My husband is heartbroken and I know I need to be strong for him and for our family,” she told the publication at the time.

“Time will help, but I have experienced a loss at a very late stage. I have lost a son and the pain will always be there.”

If you need immediate help, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. If you or someone you know has suffered a pregnancy loss, please contact: Pink Elephants Support Network

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