Alex Gonzaga overwhelmed by support after revealing second miscarriage | Inquirer Entertainment

Alex Gonzaga overwhelmed by support after revealing second miscarriage: ‘One day we’ll have our rainbow baby’

/ 05:28 PM November 08, 2023

Alex Gonzaga and husband Mikee Morada

Alex Gonzaga and her husband Mikee Morada. Image: Instagram/@cathygonzaga

Alex Gonzaga-Morada underscored that it’s not easy to share about her miscarriage to the public, but she noted she’s grateful to have received comfort and strength from her fellow aspiring mothers.

Days after revealing she suffered from another miscarriage in October, the actress-TV host compiled screenshots of the messages she received via social media pages, as shown on her Instagram page on Wednesday, Nov. 8.


“Sharing one’s motherhood journey is never easy because it brings back all the pain and feeling of loss. But I have received so many messages from aspiring mothers who know exactly how I feel and whose longing I share,” she said.


“Maraming salamat sa inyo (Thank you so much). Thank you for making me feel that I am never alone, that beyond the love and support of my family, I have your kind words to give me comfort and strength,” she added.

Gonzaga emphasized that although she does not personally know everyone who offered their kind words to her, she is with them “in spirit and in prayer.”

“One day, and by God’s grace and infinite goodness, we will have our rainbow baby,” she continued. Keep the faith, and together, let us look forward to the next chapter of our journey. Trust me, there is nothing more beautiful than God’s gift of beginnings.”

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Fans and fellow celebrities extended their prayers to Gonzaga, reminding the actress-TV host to not lose hope.

Alex Gonzaga

Image: Instagram/@cathygonzaga

Alex Gonzaga

Image: Instagram/@cathygonzaga

Alex Gonzaga

Image: Instagram/@cathygonzaga

Alex Gonzaga

Image: Instagram/@cathygonzaga

Gonzaga tied the knot with politician Mikee Morada in January 2020. They lost their first baby in October 2021 after she suffered from a blighted ovum, which occurs when a fertilized egg cell does not develop or stops developing, leading to miscarriage.

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