Kellan Lutz’s wife, Brittany Gonzales, revealed on February 6 that she suffered a miscarriage six months into her pregnancy. The Beautifully Britt blogger also told fans that she almost died after her loss.
Brittany, 31, posted a photo of herself cradling her stomach. “Baby girl, It was my absolute honor and pleasure to be your mom these last 6 months,” she wrote on Instagram. “I did my best and it was an absolute joy seeing your little face all those times on that screen and feeling your tiny kicks.”
“I don’t know why it happened the way it did, but part of me finds so much peace knowing you never experienced pain or heartache and never will,” she continued, “You're in the arms of Jesus now and one day we will get to meet you for real. Until I see you in heaven ... your mommy loves you so much.”
The California native praised Kellan, 34, for his support during the time. “I am SO grateful for the most amazing husband who's been by my side the entire time. I have the best most supportive family. The prayers from friends have meant everything,” she wrote.
Brittany then revealed, “My incredible doctor and the amazing team at UCLA Medical Center who kept me alive are the real MVPs. And to all of you who donate blood- I have never been more grateful for you. Without you people like me wouldn't be here.”
Kellan shared Brittany’s emotional post. “My Wonder Woman. It’s been a crazy rollercoaster of a week with a lot of emotions. Taking heartbrokenness to a whole new level but Grateful for these past 6 months and the journey itself,” he wrote. “In life we might not get the answers to all of our questions but we will always remain faithful! God will restore.”
Brittany opened up on her blog in December 2019 about suffering a miscarriage in the spring of 2019 after “trying to get pregnant for nearly 6 months.”
She later took to Instagram in January 2020 and wrote, “I got married at almost 31, long after I thought I would. I am pregnant now at 32 after countless negative tests, a lost pregnancy, & a surgery to fix problems in my uterus and create a hospitable environment to actually grow a child.”