Shaeeda Sween and Bilal Hazziez said of their miscarriage that “this journey has made us closer as husband and wife” on 90 Day Fiancé.
The cast of 90 Day Fiancé Shaeeda Sween and Bilal Hazziez’s attempt to conceive a family was tragically cut short.
The couple posted the news of their miscarriage on Instagram on February 17. “We had been ecstatic to learn that we were going to be parents for the first time, but alas, it was not to be at this time.”
Shaeed and Bilal thanked their loved ones for their “kind words and gestures” in a Facebook post that also included a snapshot of a positive pregnancy test.
While we are still mourning and processing our loss, we take comfort in the knowledge that Gd is the best planner, regardless of whether our plans turn out or not. “On the positive side, we’ve grown closer as a couple through this, and we praise God that conception is possible for us. The knowledge that we are not alone is a source of comfort, too. We recognize the importance of leaning on one another throughout this process, and we are thankful for the group of support that surrounds us.”
The couple, who got married on the ninth season of the TLC show, concluded their post with a heartfelt message for those in a similar circumstance.
They said, “Know that you are not alone with anybody who may be going through something similar.” “Take as much time as you need to recover and process, and don’t be afraid to ask for assistance. Again, we appreciate your prayers and support. To us, your affection is priceless.”
Both Shaeeda and Bilal have been forthright about their desire to want a family. Season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé revealed that Bilal was apprehensive to have a kid at first, but he eventually came around and agreed with Shaeeda, who had been open about wanting to have a child before she was 40.
The real estate agent “proposed” to Shaeeda with a baby onesie in the tell-all episode of the spin-off series, cementing his intentions to create a family with her.
He got down on one knee and asked the local Trinidadian, “Would you have my baby?” In other words, “Do you want to go half on a baby?”
Upon her emotional acceptance of the gift, Shaeeda shared with her coworkers, “I just hope that I’ll be able to be a parent and that I don’t have to wait too long.”