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“Livin’ Lozada” Star Evelyn Lozada Reveals Devastating Miscarriage

Evelyn Lozada has revealed that she has suffered another miscarriage, just months after losing her previous baby. The 40-year-old star of “Livin’ Lozada” opened up about how her heartbreak over her loss in a new interview.

Evelyn had previously miscarried while filming her show and chose to reveal what happened on the OWN program last July, but now she has revealed that she lost a child this past November.

Lozada was enjoying the holidays with her baseball player fiancé, Carl Crawford, 34, and their two-year-old son Leo when she realized she was losing the baby. She said, “I miscarried on Thanksgiving Day. I was like, ‘This cannot be happening to my life again.'”

The reality was surrounded by family and kept quiet about the sad news during the Thanksgiving holidays. She explained, “I was literally miscarrying my baby [but I] didn’t want to dampen the mood.”

Evelyn, who also has an adult daughter, Shaniece, 23, said, “I love being a mom. After two miscarriages, it makes me want to be a mom even more.”

Despite the second miscarriage, the 40-year-old still plans to try again for another child.

Lozada previously opened up when she suffered her first miscarriage, calling the unborn child her “little angel.” She told “Entertainment Tonight” in July, “I wonder if it was a girl or a boy and how would she be. Leo has brought so much joy into our lives, so I can’t help but to wonder what that would have been like if I gave birth to that child.”

Lozada documented her first miscarriage on her new reality series “Livin’ Lozada” on OWN. In the scene between her and her daughter Shaniece, she revealed that Lozada knew the miscarriage was coming because her blood levels had dropped to a pretty scary level. Lozada broke down in front of cameras but tried to remain positive.

Evelyn said, “I’ve learned that there’s always something better to come. That’s what I hold on to…Okay it just wasn’t meant to be.”