Influencer Arielle Charnas Suffers an Ectopic Pregnancy: ‘Worst Experience I’ve Ever Been Through’

Sharing her story. Arielle Charnas spoke candidly about her “really difficult” experience suffering an ectopic pregnancy.

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“I went through something a couple weeks ago that I didn’t share and it just sort of keeps coming whenever I get comments,” the influencer said on her Thursday, June 25, Instagram Story. “It’s, like, all I think about is what I went through, and I wish I could talk to some of you about it. So I’m just going to tell you what happened. So I was pregnant and I was expecting my third baby and things just went wrong and I ended up losing the pregnancy.”

Influencer Arielle Charnas Suffers Ectopic Pregnancy
Arielle Charnas. Invision/AP/Shutterstock

The Something Navy founder described the “emotional roller-coaster” she has been going through since the loss, explaining, “It’s been a really difficult time for me. Especially, after having two healthy pregnancies. This just really came out of nowhere and was the worst experience I’ve ever been through.”

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However, the designer, who shares Ruby, 4, and Esme, 2, with husband Brandon Charnas, said she believes that “everything happens for a reason.”

Arielle previously made headlines in April when she returned to Instagram following a three-week hiatus. After receiving backlash for not self-quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic, the New York-based star wanted to “take time to reflect and be with [her] family.”

She gushed about her break from social media at the time, telling her followers: “It has opened my eyes in so many ways both personally and professionally and it is this growth that I am extremely grateful for. Can’t wait to reconnect with you all – love you guys.”

Influencer Arielle Charnas Suffers Ectopic Pregnancy
Arielle Charnas. Stephen Lovekin/WWD/Shutterstock

The previous month, she apologized for “unintentionally harm[ing]” people with her decisions. “We’re not bad people,” Arielle explained in March via Instagram. “I’m sorry for anyone that I’ve offended or hurt over the last couple of weeks … I’m just sorry that I let down my community in any way. I am not writing this to make excuses and I am not searching for validation; I want to share the truth behind the story and above all else, express my sincerest remorse.”

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The former TRESemmé model wed Brandon in October 2014 in Fisher Island, Florida.

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