Little Women star Terra Jole asks fans to ‘pray’ for former nemesis Christy McGinity after her newborn’s death – The Sun

LITTLE Women: LA star Terra Jole asked fans to “pray” for her former enemy Christy McGinity after the death of her 2-week-old daughter.

Terra, 39, made the emotional plea in a YouTube video on Saturday.

She began: “There is no easy way to say this. Right when you think the only thing you have to worry about is COVID-19, you get a call and that call is from someone that has lost their child.”

The mom of three added that losing a child is something she would “not wish on anyone.”

Terra continued: “Life is very precious. So as my viewers, I ask you all say a prayer for Christy and Gonzo.

“If you are following them please send them nice messages. It’s at a time like this we all need to stick together. It’s at a time like this we need to support one another.”

Christy, 42, who is a mom of two from a previous relationship, and her boyfriend, Gonzo Carazo, lost their daughter, Violet Eva, on March 20.

They said in a statement: “It is with our deepest sorrow that we send our baby girl Violet Eva Carazo to play with the angels.

“We were able to spend two weeks with our sweet baby girl and for that we are forever thankful.”

Terra, 39, and her husband, Joe Gnoffo, announced the March 11 birth of their third child, Magnolia August, on Friday.

Terra and Joe are also parents to daughter Penny, 5, and son Grayson, 3.

They told People in a statement: “We are tucked away safely at home and waiting for all of this to pass so we can finally introduce our friends and family to our Magnolia.

“While we understand these are uncertain times, we are overjoyed to be here, a family of five!”

Magnolia is achondroplasia and will be tested to see if she’s pseudoachondroplasia as well.

Terra also mentioned Christy, who were rivals and often fought on the show: “Our hearts are broken for Christy and her family. We’re devastated for her loss.

“No parent should ever have to bury their child.”

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