Loose Women Outraged at Chrissy Tegan’s Child Loss Remarks

Loose Women Outraged at Chrissy Tegan's Child Loss Remarks

Loose Women today expressed outrage at some of her panelists’ comments about Chrissy Tagian’s child harm.

Earlier today, Chrissy shared a heartbreaking post describing the grief over the death of her newborn son.

Model Daley, 34, shared a series of deeply candid photos of herself, her 41-year-old husband John Legend and their son, whom they named Jack.

Discussing the heartbreaking news, the panel shared their thoughts on a photo shared by Chrissy.

After host Christine Lampard read Chrissy’s message “Eat pain n pain”, Nadia Savalha called it “heartbreaking” and opened up about her own miscarriage experience.

The Loose Woman panel discussed Chrisy Tygan’s heartbreaking news

And when co-star Carol McGiffin agreed it was “very sad and tragic”, but said she felt “uncomfortable” looking at the pictures.

“I have to say I felt a little uncomfortable looking at them because I felt like I was infiltrating in a way.” “I know she put them there and I know she has a lot of followers and fans who are deeply concerned about what’s going on with her whole pregnancy until yesterday, but I felt like I shouldn’t witness this .

Chrissy and John shared their heartbreaking news with fans on social media

Carol McGiffin said the photo made her feel “uncomfortable.”

“I’m not judging her and saying she’s wrong to do this, but I don’t know, I think it’s this kind of private thing. I kind of question if you shouldn’t share some of that.” Social media.

“I don’t know where we’re going with all this.”

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Jane Moore asked: “Do you think this is the time? Because it’s too soon after it happened and I think it’s the most ‘oh’ for me.

“I see and I think – she’s going through a very painful situation from the experiences and I’m wondering, does she decide to put it there in its proper place at that moment?”

Viewers criticized panel members for their comments, branding them sensitive

Chrissy went on social media on Wednesday evening to share her heartbreaking news

He added: “Then, I guess we’re all different. Can I put it there? No, I won’t.”

However, his comments came as a judgment to viewers who criticized him for the comment.

Fans made a fuss on Twitter to comment: “Yes #Loose Woman Criticize the family after they lost a child? The last time I saw this program. “

While another commented: “Kill poor Chrissy Tygan who just had a miscarriage, for her sisterhood, for the bloody old harp.” #Loose Woman

The third wrote: “” Women should keep their pregnancy loss private “? Why? So they don’t have support and care and love, so they feel ashamed? #Loose Woman

Loosewoman Wishing to have a nice lunch break but in complete rage. How she can do decisive justice on how and when she shares her own stories when she is going through the worst time of her life. #Cristitigen#Loose Woman, “Another got angry.

One wrote: “No one should ever be judged for posting what they want to post. We all grieve in different ways. #Loose Woman

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Second Seated: “Jesus this show is horrible. Let them be sad. They should not be judged for how they mourn #Luzwoman.”

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