It comes after Meghan opened up about her tragic pregnancy loss in an essay for the New York Times. Many have spoken out in support of the Duchess for her powerful op-ed, which analysts have described as brave.
Child loss charity Tommy’s praised the Duchess’ article as a “vital step in breaking down the stigma” surrounding the topic.
They told Cosmopolitan: “Meghan’s honesty and openness sends a powerful message to anyone who loses a baby: this may feel incredibly lonely, but you are not alone.
“Friends and family, doctors and midwives, all of us at support organisations like Tommy’s – we’re here.”
One Twitter user appeared critical, however, hitting out at the Duchess decision to pen the article and pointing to “resources already available”.
Ms Teigen came to Meghan’s defence, tweeting: “Award for today’s absolute piece of s*** goes to…” She then added the name of the user.
However, the model later deleted the tweet, and explained the reason why in another post.
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Analysts said the model and cookbook author is usually very active on social media. However, she recently explained why this has not recently been the case.
Ms Teigen said: “I’m not tweeting much because I’m honestly in a bit of a grief depression hole but do not worry as I have so much help around me to get better and I’ll be fixed soon.”
She signed the post off with “thank u and love you!”
Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank have reportedly moved into Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s former royal home.
It follows media speculation after removal vans were spotted at the Frogmore Cottage royal residence, which technically still belongs to the Sussexes.
An Insider told recently that Harry and Meghan confirmed to Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank that they could move in.
They added the agreement is “very much a done deal” and that there is a “close bond” between the two royal couples.
It is reported that removal vans had taken items out of the royal home for them to be shipped to California, where Harry and Meghan currently reside.