Lerato Kganyago miscarriage

Lerato Kganyago. Image via Instagram @leratokganyago

Why Lerato Kganyago shared miscarriage news against her will

‘I had not been planning to share what happened’: Actress Lerato Kganyago revealed the reason why she shared the news of her miscarriage.

Lerato Kganyago miscarriage

Lerato Kganyago. Image via Instagram @leratokganyago

South African actress Lerato Kganyago said that she was saddened by some of the people’s reactions to her fifth miscarriage.

It’s been a few tough weeks for Lerato as she faced another miscarriage and had to share it with the public. Over the years, Lerato had made a name for herself, with fans calling her The Valentine’s Day queen. Surprisingly, she shared nothing about Valentine’s Day, and some of her fans were worried.

Many rumours came out about why she did not share anything like she always did in other years. Some fans believed she only delayed the posting, but it never came: Lerato was dealing with something more significant.

However, she revealed why she had been quiet for the past few weeks. She described February as the month that switched from being the happiest to the most painful.

“This was the happiest but became [a] painful part of this month of love [sic],” she wrote in one of the posts.

Lerato Kganyago miscarriage
Lerato Kganyago. Image via Instagram @leratokganyago


Sharing on her Instagram, Lerato revealed that she did not plan to share what happened. She was disappointed that people leaked what was not meant for the public, forcing her to share.

“I had not been planning to share what happened, but it saddens me that some people saw it fit to disclose what doesn’t need to appear in the public realm,” he said. “As a result, l was forced to divulge something l am still finding a way to make peace with.” she continued.

“Thank you for the calls and messages; your love and support have been incredibly comforting”, she finished.

Lerato Kganyago miscarriage
Lerato Kganyago’s Instagram story. Image via Instagram @leratokganyago


Lerato Kganyago’s previous miscarriage happened in 2021, and she openly spoke about it, expressing how much it hurt her.

“I think I was three-four months pregnant, but unfortunately, I lost my baby… life goes on… This is something that I didn’t want to discuss, but since we’re having [an] honesty night…” she started.

“I was looking forward to this pregnancy; I thought this time around that I had made it through because I had been trying so hard for a while,” Kganyago said.