90 Day Fiancé Deavan Clegg Announces She Had A Miscarriage

Just a few weeks after news leaked seemingly confirming that 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way stars Deavan Clegg and her husband Jihoon Lee were expecting their second child together, Clegg has confirmed that suffered a miscarriage.

In an emotional post on her Instagram page, Clegg confirmed that she and Lee were indeed expecting a second child, but sadly that pregnancy has ended in miscarriage. Alongside a sonogram photo, Clegg wrote, "A lot of people have been asking if I am pregnant. I haven’t address this head on yet. I want to first start off by saying, thank you so much for your support and love. With heavy hearts we have to announce sad news. Last Monday we did end up losing our baby."

She went on to explain that the couple needed some personal time to heal before sharing their news publicly. " I want to apologize for not telling anyone sooner. A lot of people go through this, and we feel for so many people and wish everyone who has suffered through this same situation happiness and healing. We are healing and doing better, and want to thank everyone for your support during this very difficult time."

The couple has received an outpouring of support from both fans and fellow 90 Day Fiance co-stars. Fellow reality star Paul Staehle, Larissa Lima, Kalani Faagata, Darcey Silva and David Toborowsky all took to the comments to express their condolences to both Clegg and Lee on their loss.

Credit: Instagram / Deavan Clegg

Clegg had yet to directly comment on the pregnancy rumors that began to circulate at the end of September, instead only asking for privacy as she hadn't informed her family of her big news yet. Clegg, who shares 6-month-old son Taeyang with Lee and has a 3-year-old daughter from a previous relationship had apparently taken to a private Facebook group for Korean residents where she announced her pregnancy. "So I am currently pregnant and do not have health insurance in Korea and I don't know where to start or what to do," Clegg wrote in the group for Korean residents. "I just found out my insurance is not international," she continued. "I'm also unaware of how much it would cost to have a child here. And I'm starting to think I should go back to my home country because of this."

Although fans were worried for Clegg after she moved to South Korea to find out that Jihoon hadn't saved any money and the couple was forced to live with Lee's parents, they've always been supportive of them and have commented on Clegg's post with words of support and kind messages. "We are heart broken and focusing on healing," wrote Clegg.

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