Paula Faris Opens Up On The View About Her Third Miscarriage
Paula Faris, who once worked alongside the other ladies on The View , revisited her old TV series on Thursday to discuss how she endured her third miscarriage. Page Six reported that Paula and her husband, John Kruger, have three children now, including Landon, JJ, and Caroline Grace, who are 6, 10, and 12, respectively.
Faris, while speaking with her other former co-hosts, claimed that she has always been the type of woman who wanted just one more child to make her family whole.
The television journalist claimed she always wanted to have a fourth child, because she was the youngest of four, however, her last one was a miscarriage. Faris thanked Meghan McCain while on air for being a pillar of support during her difficult time.
Faris claims that after she realized she had miscarried for the third time during their Fourth of July vacation, she invited her oldest daughter into the bathroom and explained that she wasn't going to be able to have another baby.
Faris claimed she used the opportunity to teach her daughter about how it can happen to any woman. "And I want you to know there's nothing you did wrong," Paula told her daughter. Faris added that her 12-year-old daughter is like an angel compared to her boys who are more like "savages."
As fans of Faris know, she is a television correspondent working for ABC News, but is perhaps most famous for her time on Good Morning America weekend for four years, as well as her tenure on The View , from 2015 until 2018.
Additionally, she worked on other programs like America This Morning and World News Now . Back in 2018, she announced she would bail on The View and Morning America Weekend t o begin working for ABC and also on her podcast. Her last appearence as a member of The View panel was on the 20th of July.
Faris is half-Lebanese, with her grandparents on her father's side born in Lebanon. She later met her man, John Krueger, while attending Cedarville University. They tied the knot back in 2000.