Christina Perri has bravely opened up following an undeniably traumatic experience after losing her stillborn child. No parent should ever have to go through this...

Welcoming a child into the world is an amazing experience.

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The whole thing is magical, and it is something that truly releases the inner warriors in women after a grueling 9 months of waiting.

But pregnancy isn't always so magical.

Childbirth is known for being one of the most painful things that the human body can experience.

A combination of intense muscle tightening, abdomen cramps, pain in the torso and pelvic area, back pain, contractions from the uterus...

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And eventually, pushing out a baby, it's certainly no walk in the park.

Labor is different for every woman...

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Despite the fact that labor is pretty much guaranteed to be painful, it varies slightly for every woman.

And that's not the only potential trauma...

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The loss of a baby is a heartbreaking and terrifying situation for any parent.

But more and more, people have been opening up about their experiences of losing a baby...

Which is undeniably a good thing for womankind.

And the latest celebrity to open up?

None other than Christina Perri.

The singer-songwriter has achieved much professional success.

Including songs featured in So You Think You Can Dance and The Twlight Saga.

She found love in 2017.

Marrying Paul Costabile on December 12th.

She announced her first pregnancy in August of the same year...

And gave birth to the couple's first child, Carmella Stanley Costabile, in January 2018.

And this July, Perri made an exciting announcement.

She was expecting her second child.

But this week, she made a tragic announcement...

And the internet is truly heartbroken for Perri and her family ...

Perri shared this worrying Tweet this week.

Leaving fans very worried for the star.

And soon after, she shared this heartbreaking post.

"Last night we lost our baby girl. She was born silent after fighting so hard to make it to our world. she is at peace now and will live forever in our hearts."

Our thoughts are with Perri and her family.

Perri isn't the only celebrity to open up about losing a child this year, either. Read on to find out more...