The actress opened up about the painful experience on her podcast 'Broad Ideas'
Rachel Bilson is opening up about a difficult time in her life.
On Monday's episode of her Broad Ideas podcast, the actress, 42, revealed that she's experienced multiple miscarriages. "It's one of the biggest things I talk about with pregnancy and having babies. I've had miscarriages so I've had losses," she says on her podcast.
"Never carried. They were early on," Bilson adds.
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Bilson is mom to daughter Briar Rose, 8, whom she shares with ex Hayden Christensen.
On another episode of her podcast in August, the star revealed that she took her daughter and some of her friends to Taylor Swift's concert in Los Angeles but had to leave before the last song.
"We left early," Bilson said. "Briar's friend Aria danced her ass off to 'I Knew You Were Trouble' — she was feeling it — and then just turned around, sat in her seat and passed out."
"Everyone around us was laughing because it was so cute," she continued. "Briar wanted to stay until the end, but her two friends were just done. So we left early. Briar was so mad about that. She was so mad."
The O.C. alum continued, sharing that later when they were visiting her family, her stepdad and brother asked Briar if she had stayed until the final bow. "Briar was like, 'I wanted to!' I was like, 'You guys, cut it out, please stop talking about it!'"
"It was a really cool experience except that it was Briar's first concert and I'm like, 'Where do you go from here?' " Bilson said about Swift's show. "For my daughter to see this, I think it's so rad. It's one woman, she writes her own s---, she's really talented and she does it and like, look at what she's done."
In 2021, the actress spoke to PEOPLE in an exclusive interview about how she and Christensen found the trick to successful co-parenting since their split.
"Communication is key and just being on the same page, so everything's about the kid," she said. "As long as you put the kid first, everything will be okay."
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