Carrie Underwood announces pregnancy: she is expecting her second child
The 35-year-old singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood and her husband, NHL player Mike Fisher, are expecting baby number two!
Underwood shared a three-slide post with her 7.6 million Instagram followers a few hours ago. In the first slide, she discusses her upcoming "Cry Pretty 360 Tour."
Read more about her career on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, and scroll down for details about the tour and her pregnancy.
Because her fans wanted to know why the tour is only scheduled for next year, Underwood explained in the second slide that she is pregnant.
"Mike and Isaiah and I are absolutely over the moon and excited to be adding another little fish to our pond."
The "Cry Pretty 360" Tour
Tickets go on sale August 17. If the tickets are purchased via her website, fans will also be able to redeem a copy of her award-winning "Cry Pretty" album.
Fans can also purchase the tickets through the pre-sale special, which will begin on August 13. The presale package costs $19.99.
The fan package includes the album and various merchandise, while the collector's package consists of all that and a framed autographed copy of the lyric sheet.
The pregnancy announcement
The camera, set for a close-up shot of Underwood sitting on a couch, panned out to reveal the silver "baby" balloons behind the singer.
Carrie told her fans that "this has just been a dream come true with the album and baby news." She is grateful that her fans get to experience all the joy with her.
She concluded the clip by saying: "Love you guys, we will see you on the road in 2019."
Underwood recently received overwhelming support from her fans when her comments about fertility were misconstrued. Read more about that here.
This will be her sixth headlining tour. Underwood took the country by storm with her previous "Storyteller" show which boasted more than 92 concerts and ticket sales of nearly $59 million.
Underwood and Fisher began dating ten years ago and tied the knot back in 2010. They welcomed Isaiah in 2015, and the family-of-three live in Nashville, Tennessee.