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Maya Vander of Sunset Sales says baby’s death at 38 weeks was ‘a freak accident’

Sunset sales agent Maya Vander was upset when she gave birth at 38 weeks last December and talked about her grief with Tan France in Season 5 Reunion

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Semi-Twilight star Maya Vander bravely opened up about the death of her third child in Season 5 of Reunion.

The 40-year-old real estate agent, who has been on the Netflix show since the beginning, was saddened to lose her third child last December while 38 weeks pregnant.

On Instagram at the time, Maya posted a photo of her baby’s clothes and captioned it: “Yesterday was the hardest day of my life. I was born premature at 38 weeks. I always hear about it. that but never imagined what it would be like.” part of the statistics.

“Instead of having a baby, I came home with a box of memories… I don’t want this to happen to anyone. The weekly check-up has become a nightmare I never had. Now imagine what will happen to me.







Semi Sunset’s Maya Vander Bravely Opens Up About Her Third Child’s Death In Season Five Reunion
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“With me sharing my pregnancies on the show, I knew I’d have to post about this and avoid the ‘when is due date’ question. You will always be in our hearts, baby. Mason,” she added.

During semi-sunset: The Reunion, the host of New Fa turned to Maya and asked how she was.

“Much better, it’s been four-and-a-half months and Mary mentioned before that time helps, and I think time helps,” she told him.






Maya’s co-stars hold hands as she tells Tan France about her pain

“You know, life happens all the time. We were filming reality, we didn’t know how things were going. I was 38 weeks and it was obviously a weird accident.

“We got the autopsy report about a month ago. It was just a bad accident with the rope, mixed with some swallowed placenta.”

Maya continued: “But I’m doing much better, and I have my husband, he’s amazing, my kids are great and they’ve always kept me going.

“I have a job and a busy schedule so I don’t have time to sit and cry all day. I have my moments, we all do, and that’s part of grief.

“So that void is still there and I think part of my healing is getting pregnant again, and I really hope I do,” she added as Tan described her as a “Superwoman”.

If you have been affected by this story in the UK, contact Sands (a stillbirth and infant mortality charity) on 0808 164 3332 or email helpline@sands.org .uk

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