Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood's pregnancy meltdowns

CARRIE Underwood has had two meltdowns since falling pregnant.

The 31-year-old country singer - who is expecting a child with husband Mike Fisher - has revealed that her pregnancy has caused her to cry over clothes and her car.

Speaking of the first incident, she said: "It was the day I was like 'I no longer can wear my clothes anymore'.

"So [Mike] came in and I was, like, crying in the closet and he was like, 'What is happening?'"

The second meltdown came when the 'Something In The Water' hitmaker went car shopping with her husband, whom she has been married to since 2010.

She told TasteofCountry.com: "When we went to the dealership just to browse ... I started crying. He was like 'Oh, what happened? You were fine five minutes ago.'

"I was like: 'I just started thinking about my car, sitting over in the used car section. There's gonna be a stranger driving my car and I don't know how I feel about that.'"

Meanwhile, Carrie has recently revealed that she is nervous about the responsibility of having a child.

She previously said: "Just being responsible for a tiny human. That's the hardest part."

Carrie also admitted that she finds it "weird" being pregnant.

She explained: "It's still kinda weird, to be honest." Sometimes I'll be with my husband, and it's like, I'm gonna be a mum. You're gonna be a dad. Is this real life? But we're really excited."


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