Celina Jaitley opens up about losing a baby and her father

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Celina Jaitley opens up about losing a baby and her father

 

 

Actress Celina Jaitly recently gave birth to twins – a boy and a girl – one of who could not survive. Celina Jaitly also lost her father, who was suffering from a prolonged illness, in July this year.

The actress had also lost her father after prolonged illness. Talking about the unfortunate turn of events, Celina told IANS, “It’s all just so difficult to deal with… I’ve been trying to keep it together since papa passed away.”

Celina added, “After all that we have been through, all I can say is we have immense gratitude that the universe didn’t leave our arms empty. It’s just too painful to talk about.” Soon after the birth of her twin boys, Celina took to Facebook to share the bittersweet news, She wrote, “The Gods above have blessed us yet again with another set of very handsome twin boys ‘Arthur Jaitly Haag’ and ‘Shamsher Jaitly Haag’ in Dubai on 10th September 2017. However, life is not always how we plan it to be. Our son ‘Shamsher Jaitly Haag’ succumbed to a serious heart condition and could not continue his journey in this world.”

In her interview with IANS, she added: “After all that we have been through, all I can say is we have immense gratitude that the universe didn’t leave our arms empty. It’s just too painful to talk about.” Celina Jaitly is married to hotelier Peter Haag – the couple are also parents to Viraaj Haag and Winston Haag, twins who were born in 2012.

“The last two months have been a tumultuous journey for us from losing my beloved father and now baby Shamsher, however there is always a light at the end of a tunnel, and that light for us is our handsome son ‘Arthur Jaitly Haag’ who seeks your blessings and love in his journey that he commences in this world. We thank you all in advance for your love and continued support,” she had mentioned in her previous Facebook note.

The IANS report also added that she regrets not being able to reach Indore in time for her father’s last rites. She was quoted her as saying, “I couldn’t reach in time to hear his voice one last time. That’s a regret and guilt I’ll live with all my life.”

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