Whitney Port’s starts 2021 with a heartbreak as The Hills: New Beginnings star and podcaster revealed on January 4 that she suffered a pregnancy loss. This is her second in less than two years.

35-year-old Whitney went on to Instagram to share that, prior to the loss, she and husband Tim Rosenman were planning to document her pregnancy and house renovation journey.

“This is not an easy one”

“Sadly, I lost the pregnancy,” Whitney described. “Timmy and I weren’t sure if we still wanted to put this out there. I wasn’t sure I wanted to relive the pain. However, this time around, I felt differently about the situation. Last time, I don’t think I was ready to have another child, and I had different feelings about the miscarriage. This time, I really connected.”

The reality TV star further said she was  “was actually excited and enjoying the pregnancy,” writing, “I envisioned it all. I’m sad but I’m ok and we will try again.”

The couple who wed in 2015 after being together for 3 years are parents to Sonny, their 3-year-old son. The toddler is featured on Whitney and Tim’s latest YouTube video where we can see Whitney discussing the early stages of her pregnancy. 

“A few months ago Timmy and I found out I was pregnant,” text included in the video said. “We were so happy. I was sure I was having a girl, and connected to that idea and feeling immediately… Sadly, I lost the pregnancy. After a lot of consideration, we decided to still make the videos.”

At one point in the footage, Whitney told Tim she’s “enjoying being pregnant so I can relax and not feel guilty about it.”

“We get all this time at home and we have nowhere to be,” she explained, “but I’m also ready to have the baby so I can be in charge of my body and what I put in it, and not ever have to have any anxiety about getting pregnant ever again.”

Whitney ended her post with a message to her fellow parents who are experiencing or have experienced pregnancy loss. 

“We get all this time at home and we have nowhere to be,” she explained, “but I’m also ready to have the baby so I can be in charge of my body and what I put in it, and not ever have to have any anxiety about getting pregnant ever again.”