Carrie Underwood Fights Back Tears as She Recalls Her 3 Miscarriages
Carrie Underwood has opened up about her journey to have children, revealing that she had three miscarriages.
Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher have released a new four-part show called "Mike and Carry: God &Country" and are sharing their family's struggles with their fans.
The couple have been married since 2010 and have two children, Isaiah,5, and Jacob, 16 months.
Carrie had previously opened up about her experiences in 2018 when she talked about the struggle she had conceiving after her first son, Isaiah.
In the episode, the couple got emotional while talking about the three miscarriages she experienced throughout 2017. She said,
"I just had an honest conversation with God. I was hurt … and I told him how I felt."
In the series, Underwood also talks about the birth of their children with the country singer admitting that she didn't think she would make a good mother.
Mike, however, revealed that he always wanted a lot of children and that he was couldn't help marvelling at fatherhood.
The fitness fanatic has said that she works out whenever she can.
Recently Carrie posted a photo of herself celebrating Memorial Day weekend dressed up in a cute bikini, with her washboard abs on show.
The fitness fanatic has said that she works out whenever she can especially with kids and that for her self-care is the gym. She said,
"If I can work out seven days a week -- which doesn’t happen, but if I can -- I’m going to. Because the next week, I might get two days."
This week, The Oklahoma native marked the 15 year anniversary of her win on season four of "American Idol."
Carrie beat out Alabama singer Bo Bice and thanked the crowd in tears after Ryan Seacrest called out her name during the final.
Carrie Underwood wins American Idol 2005| Photo: Getty Images
While in Quarantine, the singer has been keeping busy and appeared in "ACM Presents Our Country" special, where she sang "Drinking Alone."
She also performed during CMT's Feed The Front Line LIVE, a virtual, star-studded benefit live stream that featured more than 40 artists to raise funds for frontline workers