‘I lived my life inside of you’ – Devon Conway’s wife Kim pens emotional note post miscarriage



Devon Conway and his wife Kim Watson (Image Credit: Twitter)

New Zealand’s opening batter Devon Conway’s wife Kim took to Instagram and revealed that they have lost their unborn child. The duo has been married since April 2022, during the 15th season of the Indian Premier League. He took a few days’ break for the same at that point. Meanwhile, close to two years later, they were expecting their first child.

However, as revealed by Kim, the unborn child for its heavenly abode. In her Instagram post, Kim penned down an emotional note on her official Instagram. The note was a poem from Amy Farquhar.

“I’m not one to be public about my personal life but it’s something I know I’m not the only one who has gone through the tough times of a miscarriage but I don’t want to feel ashamed or embarrassed about it but rather open to talking about my experience and feelings so that I could be there for the next woman going through the heartbreak! We will have our miracle one day and we will love them with everything,” Kim wrote in her January 31st post.

Devon Conway survived COVID-19 disease during home series against Pakistan

New Zealand played hosts to Pakistan for the five-match T20I series, in a lead-up to T20 World Cup 2024 in June this year. Ahead of the fourth game, the left-hander tested positive for the disease and was ruled out. He didn’t play in the final T20I and the team won the series by 4-1, losing the game of the series. The South Africa-born played in the first Test against South Africa in which the team won by 281 runs. In the ongoing two-match Test series between a depleted Proteas squad and former World Test Championship winners, the home team is leading by 1-0.

They would look to clean sweep the visitors in the last game of the series, starting on February 13. After this series, the Blackcaps will host Australia for a three-match T20I series.

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