“Mike and Isaiah and I are absolutely over the moon and excited to be adding another little fish to our pond,” the “Before He Cheats” singer, who was already the mom of son Isaiah, captioned her August 2018 Instagram reveal.
The insider explained that Underwood was a “PTA mom,” gushing, “She attends school functions and sports games. … Carrie does still talk about adopting children because she truly does want a large family and wants to be a mom to several kids.”
The American Idol alum initially didn’t think that she’d do well with children at home, she revealed in her 2020 Mike and Carrie: God & Country series.
“I was never good with other people’s kids,” Underwood explained at the time. “Why would I be good with one of my own?” Fisher, for his part, knew that he “wanted a lot of kids” from the start.
While the pair often share their sons’ milestones via social media, Blunt and Beyoncé, for their part, have chosen to keep their family lives more private from their followers.
The actress doesn’t ever show her and John Krasinski’s daughters Hazel and Violet’s faces, while the Grammy winner only occasionally gives updates on her and Jay-Z’s daughter Blue Ivy and twins Sir and Rumi.
Both of these stars, however, have not shied away from showing their baby bumps on red carpets in the past. Blunt attended the 2016 Academy Awards with her budding belly on display in a pink gown, while Queen B performed pregnant at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2011.
“Tonight I want you to stand up on your feet. I want you to feel the love that’s growing inside of me,” the “Love on Top” singer told the audience before unbuttoning her blazer and rubbing her stomach.