So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

Selling Sunset star Maya Vander says so much is still "a big question mark" as she seeks closure a week after revealing she had a still birth 38 weeks into her pregnancy.

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

The 39-year-old luxury real estate agent opened up about her unimaginable loss and what she's set out to do in an effort to find the closure she and her husband, Dave, so desperately need.

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

For now, she's taking it "one day at a time." In an interview with E! News,

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

Vander shared in excruciating detail how she's dealt with the loss and what led her to grow concerned about her pregnancy with baby Mason.

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

"Prior to my regular weekly checkup, I felt less movements and I went to a private ultrasound just to make sure there are heartbeats -- and everything was fine," the reality TV star told E! News

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

"Then, a few days later, I went to my regular gyno appointment and they couldn't find the heartbeat. I did an ultrasound and they confirmed, unfortunately, that the baby died."

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

Making matters worse, Vander said she was alone in the delivery room because her husband had COVID-19.

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

She also revealed an autopsy's underway in the hopes they'll have some answers as to what led to the stillbirth.

So much is still  "A Big Question Mark"

Vander, arguably the most likable agent on the hit Netflix series, told the outlet the family decided to have a funeral "to give him the respect that he deserves and a place for us to go and grieve."