Britney Spears praised for breaking the ’12-week rule’ stigma

After the announcement of her heartbreaking pregnancy loss, Britney Spears was praised for breaking the stigma of the twelve-week rule.

This happened after she sadly announced the loss of her pregnancy.

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Britney Spears became famous back in 1998.

With songs like Sorry I did it again and Slave 4 UBritney quickly became one of the most popular pop stars of the time as she gained fans all over the world.

She constantly topped the charts …

And she was even proclaimed the “Princess of Pop”.

But over the years, Britney’s mental health took a turn for the worse as the pressure of the spotlight took its toll on her.

And finally, in 2007, Britney suffered a public breakdown.

One result of Britney’s breakdown was that she was placed in custody.

Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, became the permanent custodian of his daughter’s files in 2008 and one of the custodians of her estate, which means he can control every aspect of her life.

But in recent years, following Britney’s cryptic social media posts, the #FreeBritney movement to get her out of custody has come into the spotlight.

And in the end, as people protested that Britney could control her life, so did the star.

Britney began the fight to regain control of her life back in 2020.

It took a long time, with a lot of hits, because everything went wrong at first…

But thirteen years later, on November 13, 2021, Britney was released from custody as it was immediately terminated.

It was a day when people, including the singer, rejoiced.

Since then, Britney has been rebuilding her life and going through a lot again.

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And last month, Britney shared the exciting news that she and partner Sam Asgari are expecting a baby together.

In a post on Britney’s Instagram wrote: “I lost so much weight to go on a trip to Maui, only to put it back on … I was like, ‘God… what happened to my stomach???'”

“My husband said: “No, you are pregnant from food, silly!!!” So I took a pregnancy test… and, well… I’m having a baby… 4 days later, I got some more maternity food. Grows!!!”

But sadly, just weeks after her announcement, Britney shared some heartbreaking news.

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In a post on Britney’s Instagram wrote that she “lost our miracle baby early in her pregnancy.”

“This is a devastating time for any parent,” she wrote. “Perhaps we should have waited with the announcement until we moved further. However, we were very happy to share the good news.”

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“Our love for each other is our strength. We will continue to strive to expand our beautiful family. We are grateful for your support. We ask for privacy at this difficult time.”

After people shared the news, people from all over the world sent support messages to the star.

And not only that, many people praised the star for breaking the stigma of the twelve weeks rule…

“Don’t even feel bad about announcing your pregnancy ‘early’, that the baby was alive, spirit and human and deserved to be announced,” one person. commented in her Instagram post.

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While the other person wrote: “I’m grateful that you announced. There’s a stigma of announcing too early, and then a miscarriage should be silenced. By doing this, you are giving space for others to heal as well as you. The more we talk about it, the more we all know we’re going through it together. I am sorry for your loss.”

Another man added: “Thank you for sharing this experience and normalizing it. Many of us have experienced this loss, and it’s important to be able to talk about it. I am sorry for your loss.”

As an Instagram user, wrote: “Can we normalize the sharing of first trimester pregnancy news? Who cares if hearing about a loss makes some people uncomfortable. We women should not be forced to hide our “state”. I wish I knew how common miscarriages were when I had my first pregnancy. It would be nice to know about the experiences of other women in advance. There is nothing to be ashamed of. If it is easier for women to share, then this should be encouraged. Not talking about conceiving or fighting pregnancy is bad for young women or anyone for that matter.”

People praised Britney for breaking the stigma of the twelve weeks rule after she wrote that she may not have been sharing the news so early.

The twelve week rule is the unwritten idea that couples should not share news of their pregnancy until it is over twelve weeks.

Britney was also praised for being open about her heartbreaking loss.

Britney is believed to have been in early pregnancy, though it is not known how many weeks old she was when she shared the news.

Our thoughts are with Britney and Sam at this difficult time.

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