Nasra Yusuff: Why I can’t tell my miscarriage story

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 8 Jul, 2022 10:49 | 3 mins read
Churchill Show comedian and content creator Nasra Yusuff
Churchi Show comedian Nasra Yusuff and her husband Director Rashid @nasrayusuff/Instagram

Churchill Show comedian and content creator Nasra Yusuff has clarified that she won’t be doing a video on how she lost her unborn baby.

Nasra and her husband Director Rashid who is also a comedian working with Churchill Show runs a YouTube channel where they create different contents centered around their personal lives.

In a Q & A session on her Instagram page, a fan wanted to know if the comedian would be telling a story on how her miscarriage came about.

However, Nasra noted that she is not comfortable with doing the same citing trauma that she went through following the pregnancy loss.

“No I’m not comfortable doing that, I don’t want to have a video out there reminding me of the trauma I went through. Let us just ignore it,” she wrote.

Churchill Show comedian and content creator Nasra Yusuff
Nasra Yusuff PHOTO/@nasrayusuff/Instagram

Nasra Yusuff loses unborn baby

The comedian and her husband announced the loss of their baby in an update on both their social media pages.

In a lengthy message, Nasra noted that she was heartbroken by the loss and described it as the worst day of her life.

“Losing my little angel before I even met him/her makes it even harder to process I was way too excited for this journey, I had everything, from the name to the sort of life he/she would have all figured out in my mind…ooh how I wish I just saw your little face, my baby,” the comic wrote.

Churchill Show comedian and content creator Nasra Yusuff
Churchill Show comedian Nasra Yusuff poses for a photo alongside husband Director Rashid PHOTO/@nasrayusuff/Instagram

She also celebrated her husband for the love, support and reassurance despite suffering the same fate as her.

“And finally they say everything happens for a reason and I do agree, because, during this difficult process, I got to see what kind of a man I was really married to…manze This man was broken, I'd never seen him that sad, but still, he chose to be strong for me, comforting me when he also needed to be comforted and going above and beyond to ensure that I got the best treatment

“His constant reassurance that "babe Niko hapa, we will go through this pamoja and tutakuwa sawa pamoja "meant a lot..hey babe, I appreciate you more now and I love you more now, and I'll always choose you above anyone and anything, I always have and I always will,” Nasra added.

Churchill Show comedian and content creator Nasra Yusuff
Comedia Nasra Yusuff and her husband Director Rashid PHOTO/@nasrayusuff/Instagram

Nasra Yusuff announces pregnancy

The miscarriage came weeks after the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together.

Nasra made the announcement on her social media page in a picture with her husband expressing their joy and excitement at the prospects of parents.

The comic posted a beautiful picture of herself hugging Director Rashid while holding a dipstick; a device used by women to test for pregnancy at home.

“This is the happiest I have been in a long time. I’m in love with a human I haven’t met yet. I can’t wait to meet you my baby. Imagine having a child with the love of your life. I love you @director_rashid,” Nasra said.

On the other hand, Director Rashid said;

“I have been waiting for this to happen for a while and Finally Allah has made it happen alhamdulillah. I can’t wait to meet you my baby. You will be cute like your mother @nasrayusuff … I love you.”

Nasra Yusuff wedding

Nasra and her husband met while on set of the Churchill Show show comedy in 2018.

They dated and tied the knot in a private ceremony in 2021.

“Oh yeah guys, on the 25th of april 2021 I got married to my best friend!” Said Nasra.