James Van Der Beek's Wife Kimberly Opens Up About Her Miscarriage: "I Almost Lost My Life"
This week James Van Der Beek announced that his wife Kimberly had suffered a miscarriage. The devastating news came only one month after the couple announced they were expecting baby number six. Now Kimberly has opened up about it. Read the full story here...
Only one month ago James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly announced they would be welcoming a new baby in April. This week the Dawson's Creek star announced that she had suffered a miscarriage. Now Kimberly has just opened up about it.
James Van Der Beek's wife thanks fans for their support after miscarriage
Kimberly Van Der Beek took to Instagram to thank her fans for supporting her, "I don't even know how I'm going to begin to respond to it all. So, I think I'll just have to do it here." The Dancing With the Stars contestant's wife confirmed they had lost their baby boy and added that, "I almost lost my life."
James Van Der Beek's last performance in DWTS was quite emotional
This week James Van Der Beek dedicated his Dancing With the Stars performance to his wife, who told him, "'I am not done watching you dance,'" from her hospital bed. Kimberly said she will eventually share more details of what happened, "I'm not really ready to talk further about everything yet, but at some point I will," she said. Our hearts are with the Van Der Beek family!
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Wrecked. Devastated. In shock. That's how we're feeling right now after the soul we thought were going to welcome into our family in April... has taken a short cut to whatever lies beyond this life. We've been through this before, but never this late in the pregnancy, and never accompanied by such a scary, horrific threat to @vanderkimberly and her well-being. Grateful that she's now recovering, but we've only just begun unpacking the layers of this one. Thank you to all of our friends and co-workers (and dance partners) who have shown up for us so beautifully during this time. As many of you have said, "There are no words..." and it's true. Which is why in a time like this it's enough to know that you're there. Grieving AND counting our blessings today.