Meghan McCain says her unborn baby 'moves around all day like a wildcat'
Meghan McCain, co-host of "The View", tells a little detail about her first pregnancy. (Photo by Lou Rocco / ABC via Getty Images)
Meghan McCain shares a few baby messages despite swearing to keep details of her pregnancy off social media.
View's 35-year-old co-host, expecting her first child with husband Ben Domenech, reported on Instagram Friday night that her unborn child kicked. “My baby moves in me like a wildcat all day. Wild in the womb, ”she wrote in her Instagram stories. "I shouldn't have expected anything less from the brood from me and Ben ..." She added: "Mothers, this is a really special and paradigm-changing experience."
McCain's share comes just two weeks after she announced on Instagram that she and Domenech have decided to keep their baby out of the spotlight. “People keep asking and demanding that I show pictures and details of my pregnancy. Given the fact that people write on photos I have taken of my family, they are happy that my father has cancer and he is in hell. I thought I would let my unborn child out of the social media sewer as much as possible. "The co-host's father, Senator John McCain, died at the age of 81 after developing a malignant brain tumor.
Meghan McCain said on Instagram that her unborn baby was moving. (Photo: Instagram / Meghan McCain)
The television personality explained the "couple's conscious decision to protect the privacy of our (growing) families as much as possible" in their title: "I believe children have a right to privacy and hope that you will all understand how we navigate You move forward as far as possible without compromising our comfort or safety. "
She continued, "A lot of inhumane Jacka *** it really ruined so much for so many on social media, and I learned a lot of hard lessons about cruelty associated with it during my father's cancer fight openly and vulnerably to be my personal life. It's a shame. I know this is an unorthodox choice for a talk show host who is on TV five days a week - but I've always lived to the beat of my own drum. Thank you for the continued kind words, support and prayers regarding my pregnancy from so many of you who are nothing but kind. It meant a lot in this crazy time.
And while we may not get too much information about her growing family, McCain does not hold back on current events. Last month, she shared her frustration with people ignoring the precautionary measures against social distance in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
"I expected a slow and responsible rollback with social distance and an understanding of how quickly this virus spreads to work," she tweeted in May in response to co-host Sunny Hostin, the shots of a crowd on the Lake of shared the Ozarks in Missouri. “Compassion for our first aiders and victims of COVID. But some people think going to bars and partying is more important than seeming decent. "
And in March, McCain said she was "angry" about "a few millennials celebrating in the middle of the pandemic and going to bars."
I expected a slow and responsible roll back to work with social distance and to understand how quickly this virus spreads. Compassion for our first aiders and victims of Covid. But some people think going to bars and partying is more important than seeming decent.
For those who argued that the economy should be reopened, what did you expect?
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