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March 29, 2018

Carrie Underwood might be pregnant with twins, reports say

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The 35-year-old singer, songwriter and American Idols winner, Carrie Underwood, has her friends thinking she might be pregnant with twins. 

Underwood has a 3-year-old son with her husband of eight years, Mike Fisher. The pair were fielding rumors of divorce during a rocky few months in their relationship. 

As reported by Inquisitr, Underwood hasn't confirmed the pregnancy rumors. Her close friends say that she had been eating more than usual. 

She has cravings for dark chocolate, and Subway's veggie sandwiches. Underwood has also stated in the past that having twins would be like 'music to her ears.'

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Fans also noted that the fitness-conscious Underwood is scaling back her workout routine and scheduled fewer appointments with her personal trainer.

A source close the couple added that they have been discussing home renovations, and one of the projects might include a nursery. 

She said that Underwood would more than likely choose a fairytale theme for the nursery. It would be decorated like a 'little kingdom' stocked with stories books and fun activities. 

According to Life and Style Mag, Underwood has been discussing baby clothes and trends with her friends, which led them to believe she might be pregnant or planning for a pregnancy.

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The source also pointed out that recent months had been tough on the country singer. She slipped and fell outside her Nashville home in December 2017.

Underwood broke her wrist and sustained cuts and bruises on her face. She needed approximately 40 stitches, and kept out of the limelight for a while, fearing she 'might look a bit different.'

In February, Intouch Weekly reported that Underwood and Fisher were headed for a divorce. Both had busy work schedules and were spending less time together. 

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