Sweet Reason Why Carrie Underwood Thinks Her Marriage with Mike Fisher Is Solid
In a recent interview, American singer Carrie Underwood revealed that despite being married for ten years, it took quarantine for her and her husband to realize that their marriage was stable.
The quarantine was the needed test Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher needed to realize just how healthy their ten-year love journey was. The famous singer and former NHL player Mike Fisher spent the COVID-19 induced lockdown with their two sons, 5-year-old Isaiah and 1-year-old Jacob.
Underwood reportedly revealed that during one of their loved-up moments of the lockdown, Mike expressed his love for her in a fashionable style, and it clearly got her smitten.
For a couple who has been together for ten years, hearing the three-letter word from your half might not be so much of a big deal, but for Underwood and Fisher, it was not about the words said but the discovery behind the words.
The challenges of the lockdown opened them up to how stable and united they are as a couple. Underwood admitted that they were not designed to stay together 24/7.
Carrie confessed that she was not good at handling other people's kids and had doubts that she would be good at hers.
According to the singer, someone is either going to work or taking care of the kids, so being together all day made them realize that they had a stable family. She said,
"But it has been nice and refreshing knowing: OK, we’re solid. We like each other. We love each other."
Asides from a successful career in music, the release of her first Christmas album, "The Gift," Underwood is also a fitness enthusiast. The Grammy Awards winner has a five-year-old fitness and lifestyle clothing brand, CALIA by Carrie Underwood.
The brand will be launching pop-up stores in Austin, Santa Monica, and her home base Nashville for the holidays. Underwood has always admitted that behind her thriving career is the constant love and support from her husband, Fisher, whom she has been married to for ten years.
The couple who celebrated their 10th anniversary revealed that their faith had played a significant role in their successful lives despite the challenges they faced together.
The couple reportedly had three miscarriages before the birth of their second son. Although they now enjoy being parents, the couple did not share similar views on family.
According to reports, the Grammy-winning singer did not prioritize having children and even said that she was not a kids person while Fisher on the other hand could not wait to be a father.
Underwood confessed that she was not good at handling other people's kids and had doubts that she would be good with hers. The moment she set her eyes on her son Isaiah, the "American Idol" winner knew that something had changed in her.
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