Sam Asghari Shares How He and Britney Spears Are “Moving Forward” After Pregnancy Loss

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari are stronger than yesterday.
Two days after the couple announced they lost their "miracle baby early in pregnancy," Sam took to Instagram to express his appreciation for those who have shown their support during this difficult time.
"We felt your support," he wrote on May 16. “We take things positively and move forward with our future. It's hard, but we're not alone. Thank you for respecting our privacy.”
The 28-year-old added: "We will be expanding our family soon."
Sam's post comes after the couple - who got engaged last September - announced in a joint statement on May 14 that they had lost their little one.
"It is with our deepest sadness that we announce that we lost our miracle baby early in pregnancy," wrote the "Womanizer" singer, 40, and her fiancé at the time. "This is a devastating time for any parent."
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The couple admitted they "should have waited until we were more advanced to announce" on their pregnancy journey, but they were "overly excited to share the good news with everyone."
Writing that they "will continue to try to expand our beautiful family," they concluded their message by thanking everyone for their support and asking for privacy at this "difficult moment."
On April 11, Britney - already a mother to two sons, Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15, who she shares with ex-husband Kevin Federline - announced on Instagram that she and Sam were expecting their first child together.
The next day, Sam told the BBC that he and his fiancée - whose guardianship ended in November - should have become parents much earlier.
"I mean, that should have happened three years ago, to be honest," he told the outlet. "When you're in a relationship with someone you're really in love with, you want to recreate them, and that's something I want to do."
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