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Nov. 10, 18 | 11:10 pm

In a lengthy Instagram post, Kyla revealed that she had suffered second miscarriage.

“Last week, we lost our angel. Again. For the second time,” wrote Kyla.

It can be remembered that the singer first had a miscarriage back in April.

Kyla updated her fans on Instagram who have been asking where she’s been lately as she rarely appears on her regular stint as a judge in “Tawag ng Taghalan” on It’s Showtime noontime programme on ABS CBN.

“This August, I was so happy and excited. I thought i was gonna be a mom again! We wanted to keep it a secret until the 1st trimester is over. And then we’ll share the happy news to everyone. It was a sensitive pregnancy that i had to leave work for a while; take a bedrest, as advised by our doctor.

“That’s why i haven’t been on TV and i had to forego some of the events where i had to sing, and shows including ASAP in Australia. ASAP, Tawag Ng Tanghalan, and Cornerstone have been very good to me and i really appreciate and thank them for being so understanding. And Angeline, who was very kind and stepped in for me for Himig Handog.

“I felt bad for a while because I was missing so much work. But at the same time I was so happy and excited especially after seeing our baby’s heartbeat.

“Last week, we lost our angel. Again. For the second time. My heart was breaking as I was being brought to the delivery room. I was not going to have a baby. I was having a miscarriage again.

“I felt like i was given the most beautiful gift and then taken back from me so fast.
It’s hard to keep my emotions intact,” Kyla poured her heart out.

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