Whitney Port took to social media on Friday to give her followers an update on how she is feeling after a devastating miscarriage last week.
The Hills veteran looked toned and slender as she wore a leopard print bikini while taking selfie.
‘Is it a thirst trap if I’m a mom?’ asked the reality TV siren over an Insta Story photo. ‘As women, we should always be proud of our bodies. Think about what we go through.’
Bouncing back: Whitney Port took to social media on Friday to give her followers an update on how she is feeling after a devastating miscarriage last week. The Hills veteran looked toned and slender as she wore a leopard print bikini while taking selfie
‘Challenge: complement your body today,’ she added.
And she added a ps: ‘Staying true to myself and drank this coffee for 5 hours until it was ice cold.’
The star credited the swimsuit designer Anemos Swim as she wore blac sunglasses and had on gold necklaces.
On her Instagram caption she added: ‘Verified The big boys went golfing and the girls laid back with the little ones. While they rested, we got to cuzzzzzzieee, wine, chat, and cry. All necessary.’
She also wrote over a closeup photo of herself: ‘Hey there stink face.’
Earlier this week Port admitted she still wanted to have a second child after her devastating miscarriage but called the prospect of getting pregnant again ‘scary and taxing’.
A closer look: ‘Is it a thirst trap if I’m a mom?’ asked the reality TV siren over an Insta Story photo. ‘As women, we should always be proud of our bodies. Think about what we go through’
The beauty processed her miscarriage in a podcast recorded the day she received the devastating news from her doctor.
Whitney, 36, cried as she recounted the heartbreaking outcome in a ‘raw audio diary’ recorded on her phone last week.
‘Today, we found out as a final conclusion that the pregnancy was and is not viable,’ Whitney said on the newest episode of her podcast, With Whit. ‘There was no heartbeat. I went to the doctor today by myself, actually. I didn’t even think that there was a possibility of bad news.
‘I don’t know why. I felt like I was feeling super hopeful from hearing that the baby had doubled in size last week and I just felt like it was only up from here.’
Being real: ‘Challenge: complement your body today,’ she added. And she added a ps: ‘Staying true to myself and drank this coffee for 5 hours until it was ice cold’
Whitney, who has suffered two miscarriages and a chemical pregnancy in the past, said it ‘felt like Groundhog’s Day’ when her doctor broke the news to her.
‘He looked at the ultrasound and looked at me and raised his eyebrows and just shook his head, and in that moment, I just knew, and it just felt like Groundhog’s Day, like, just the feeling of grief is all too familiar.’
Port said her doctor explained ‘it’s just a really unlucky set of circumstances’ and advised her to go ‘to a fertility specialist and making embryos, making healthy embryos’ if she wanted another child.
‘I’m just obviously going to start going down that journey and not even quite yet, I’m not even really fully ready to have that discussion, even though I know that we want a second kid, because the thought of not having a second kid makes me feel already too regretful and remorseful.’
‘The feeling of grief is all too familiar’: Port processed the news she had miscarried in a podcast recorded the day she received the devastating news from her doctor
‘But then, the thought of having to go through this physical illness and nausea of the first trimester is daunting and scary and taxing. I literally have not been able to do anything. Like I have felt like the laziest person.’
She also said she had been feeling ‘really depressed’ as she felt she had been ‘letting everybody down.’
‘Like, I wasn’t being a present mom. I wasn’t being a present wife. I wasn’t being a present employee and co-worker and partner and that I was just constantly disappointing people,’ she said.
‘I just don’t want to be a mess anymore…You know, it was like, this is it. This is, this is going to be that I’ve dealt with the two miscarriages. This is going to be the healthy one. I’m not going to have to think about it anymore.
‘I’m not going to have to make the decision of like, do I even want to have a second child anymore? Do I want to go through IVF? Do I want to make a child in a lab? I just didn’t think I was going to have to answer all those questions and now it just feels like I have a lot of responsibility to make those decisions.’
‘There was no heartbeat’: Port announced her pregnancy loss last week on Instagram and YouTube
Whitney also harbored guilt over the fact she did have four-year-old son Sonny when others ‘haven’t even had the opportunity to have one [child].’
Towards the end of the podcast, however, Port said she was going to do her best to remain ‘strong and positive.’
The reality star said she was going to attempt to ‘take it day by day and not force anything on myself.’
‘I wasn’t being a present wife’: She also said she had been feeling ‘really depressed’ as she felt she had been ‘letting everybody down’
Whitney announced the latest episode of her podcast with a poignant black-and-white selfie.
‘I found out Wednesday afternoon and recorded this that night. Needless to say my words are emotional. My heart is with every single woman who has gone through this pain. I hope by sharing my feelings and story, some of you will not feel alone,’ she wrote in the caption.
The episode comes a week after Whitney revealed her devastating pregnancy loss, and several weeks after announcing she was seven weeks pregnant.
‘I’m so sad to say this, and some of you may have watched on our latest YouTube episode, but we lost the baby,’ Port wrote on her Instagram Stories as she announced the heartbreaking news.
Feeling guilt: Whitney also harbored guilty over the fact she did have four-year-old son Sonny when others ‘haven’t even had the opportunity to have one [child]’
‘We found out yesterday. I don’t even really know what to say here. I recorded a full on verbal diary of my thoughts and emotions last night that I’ll put on my podcast next week.
‘Sending all my love to those of you dealing with this right now. And I don’t want to be insensitive by making light of it, but glass half full – I don’t physically feel like complete s**t anymore.’
Whitney was joined by her husband Tim Rosenman in an emotional video in which she recounted how her doctor had not heard a heartbeat.
‘I went today for the eight and four day ultrasound and last week the baby had doubled and he heard the heartbeat and this week there was no heartbeat,’ Whitney said as she broke the news to fans.
Whitney and Tim, her husband of six years, share four-year-old son Sonny together.