Meghan McCain is Pregnant with First Child After Suffering a Miscarriage
- Meghan McCain announced on Sunday, March 22, that she and her husband Ben Domenech are expecting their first child.
- The couple had suffered a miscarriage in July 2019.
- The two tied the knot in Sedona, in November 2017, three months after their engagement.
Baby on board for Meghan McCain and Ben Domenech! It's been eight months since the View co-host and the Federalist Radio Hour host suffered a miscarriage and the couple has just announced that they are expecting their first child together.
McCain, 35, the daughter of John McCain, took to Instagram on Sunday, March 22, to announce her pregnancy. Noting that she is in a self-isolation amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, she wrote, "My husband Ben and I have been blessed to find out I’m pregnant."
In the Instagram post, she also thanked people who are helping others in the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here's the post, check it out.
McCain and Domenech, 38, confirmed to media in July 2019, that they had suffered a miscarriage.
The husband-wife duo got engaged in August 2017. McCain and Domenech, who is a conservative commentator, tied the knot in a lavish ceremony in Sedona on November 21, 2017.