Whitney Port bundled up for an afternoon around LA on Friday.
The Hills star, 36, was cozy in a quilted bomber, loose pants and fleece beanie as she made her way from karate class to the coffee shop.
Port appeared to be keeping strong, out after sharing news of her miscarriage earlier in the week.
Whitney Port appeared to be staying strong, seen out around Los Angeles on Friday, just days after she shared word of her miscarriage
That same day the reality star reflected on the week leading up to the heartbreak via Instagram.
Whitney posted photos of herself modeling her new clothing collection, and said they were taken a week ago when she thought everything in her pregnancy was ‘moving along.’ It did not occur to her that she would miscarry a day before launching the range.
‘It was hard for me to motivate to take these pictures,’ she admitted in the caption. ‘This was last week when I thought everything was ok, our pregnancy was moving along, but I was feeling so drained from the crazy things our bodies have to do to create a life.
Comfy: The Hills star, 36, was cozy in a quilted bomber, loose pants and fleece beanie as she made her way from karate class to the coffee shop
‘I didn’t think that the day before we were going to launch our beautiful new sweater collection, In The Clouds, I would be miscarrying. But here we are. Life doesn’t stop for anything or anyone. We just have to roll with it and there is no way out but through. So here it is, our first-ever @cozeco sweater collection, sustainably made out of recycled yarn and I am so proud of it.
‘I am even more proud of the team that stepped up to make this come to life while I couldn’t show up the way I expect myself to. We are nothing without our villages.
‘The sweaters are freaking gorgeous. They are soft like clouds, chic CITY, essential and they are LIVE! Scroll through here, go check them out at the link in my bio. or my stories and let me know what you think. You will want to wear them wherever you are headed next week for T-gives so don’t wait. As usual, limited quantities were made in an effort to do our part to save this precious planet. xxx’
‘I thought everything was ok’: Whitney, 36, posted photos of herself modeling the new wears, and said they were taken a week ago when she thought everything in her pregnancy was ‘moving along’
Whitney revealed she had lost her baby on Wednesday, just two weeks after announcing her pregnancy.
Port, who revealed she was seven weeks pregnant earlier this month, broke the news to fans on her Instagram and YouTube accounts on Wednesday.
‘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, who has suffered two heartbreaking miscarriages and a chemical pregnancy in the past, wrote on her Instagram Stories.
‘We lost the baby’: Port has revealed she lost her baby on Wednesday
‘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.’
In a tearful YouTube video, Port revealed her doctor did not hear a heartbeat during their most recent appointment.
‘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.
‘I don’t even really know what to say here’: The MTV vet shared the sad news with fans on her IG Stories
‘There was no heartbeat’: In a tearful YouTube video, Port revealed her doctor did not hear a heartbeat during their most recent appointment
‘So that’s… he said it’s done. That when I had that ultrasound that looked like there was no embryo inside and the yolk sack was thin, that that was maybe a sign of it not being healthy from the beginning. We were obviously really hopeful and I thought it was just going to continue to grow, I don’t know maybe I was naïve,’ Port said.
‘That’s how we both felt,’ her husband Tim Rosenman interjected. ‘We were just like, ‘It’s going to work out.” I never I wasn’t thinking in the back of my head, ‘Oh be prepared, it still might not workout. Oh, maybe I was. Whatever. It’s such a mind f**k, this whole like, how you’re supposed to act and behave and what you’re supposed to do in this first trimester.’
‘There’s no supposed to, you’re just supposed to go week by week,’ Port added. ‘I thought, I mean we were being hopeful. You know, like everything was looking good and growing last week so I didn’t think that it was going to reverse. You just don’t know what’s going to happen in the first trimester.
‘He said this is what happens in like 30% of pregnancies and he said now if we want to get pregnant again, that we should look into fertility testing and IVF ’cause like just leaving it up to us and fate at this point, I just don’t want this to…’ Port said.
‘We were obviously really hopeful’: Port and her husband were initially optimistic about their child
‘You know, like everything was looking good and growing last week so I didn’t thing that it was going to reverse’
‘I just don’t want to go through this again,’ Rosenman said.
‘Yeah,’ Port agreed.
‘I mean not that we necessarily won’t. I hear you. Just do what we can to give ourselves the best chance,’ Rosenman said.
‘Exactly. Yeah, I’m like not trying to think about that. To think too far ahead and make any decisions. It’s not really something that in my heart I felt like I want to do but now the thought of just not having a second kid is too painful to bear,’ Port said.
‘And we will,’ Rosenman consoled her.
‘I don’t know at this point I just want to get the procedure so that I can stop feeling the way that I’m feeling because I’ve just been feeling so physically ill that it’s made me depressed. I want to just feel physically better first and get my head straight and I want… I just want to be happier,’ Port said.
‘We should look into fertility testing and IVF’: Port’s doctor recommended IVF for the future
Painful: ‘I just don’t want to go through this again,’ Tim said
The heartbreaking news comes two weeks after Whitney revealed she was seven weeks pregnant – however she conceded the pregnancy was likely another ‘unhealthy one’ after receiving difficult news from her doctor who was ‘pessimistic’ about her baby.
‘I am currently seven weeks pregnant,’ Port told the camera as her husband sat beside her with tears in his eyes. ‘Which is supposed to be obviously be really exciting and it has been, up until yesterday. I have been going to the doctor and monitoring it because of my history with miscarriages. I’ve had two miscarriages and chemical pregnancy.
‘And everything was looking good up until yesterday. I went to the doctor and he did an ultrasound, and at first he was like, ‘Scooch down a little bit,’ like he couldn’t see what he thought. He thought maybe it was just a positioning thing, and then he looked a little bit deeper and whatever was happening in there was not where it was supposed to be given the week that I’m out.
‘Shift my energy elsewhere’: Port attempted to distract herself after her painful revelation
She gave a shout-out to her doctor for being an ‘amazing, sensitive, sweet guy’ before revealing, ‘He said that he was pessimistic about this pregnancy and that he told me to get blood drawn so I would, I will get blood results back today and see if numbers are going up or going down. He thinks they’ll likely be going down and then he is having me come in for another ultrasound on Monday.
‘The moral of the story is that this is likely another unhealthy pregnancy,’ she said.
But in an update, the reality star and her husband were relieved to reveal they received good news at the doctor at a later appointment, though acknowledged the pregnancy was still ‘touch and go.’
‘We went today to the doctor and the doctor actually saw an embryo and a heartbeat which was something we were not expecting. I was living like this weekend as though today he was probably going to tell us it was over,’ Port said.
Earlier this week Port said it was difficult for her to even be congratulated given she was still ‘so early’ in her pregnancy.
Keeping her chin up: The style icon threw herself into her social media duties
Sweater weather: She showed off the latest styles on her IG Stories
Family first: Whitney and her husband of six years share four-year-old son Sonny together
‘I’m still so early in the game’: Earlier this week Port said it was difficult for her to even be congratulated given she was still ‘so early’ in her pregnancy
‘It’s so hard for me to even accept a ‘congratulations’ just because I’m still so early in the game,’ she told People. ‘I’m still in my first trimester, which I know is something that not a lot of people really share this early on.’
Port and her husband of six years share four-year-old son Sonny together.
The MTV vet has been candid with fans about her struggles expanding her family in recent years.
The reality star suffered a miscarriage in 2019 and in early 2021.
Revealing the heartbreaking news of her pregnancy earlier this year, she wrote: ‘I’m sad but I’m ok and we will try again.
‘I also have so much sadness in my heart for anyone that has to go through this or has gone through this. I know though that our community will share, band together and support- cause you always do.’
Their boy: Port and her husband of six years share four-year-old son Sonny together
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