Carrie Underwood announces pregnancy and new tour with stops in Hershey, Philly

Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher have one son Isaiah

The 35-year-old country star announced the news in a video on her Instagram account on Wednesday (August 8).

Carrie Underwood is pregnant and expecting her second child with her husband Mike Fisher!

Underwood and Fisher welcomed their first child, 3-year-old son Isaiah, in 2015.

Carrie Underwood says her family is adding "another fish to our pond".

This big news comes after months of reports that Carrie could have another bundle of joy on the way, and we're so excited that it's finally the real deal! "We're just so excited, and just so glad that you guys can share in this with us".

Underwood is known for her songs "Cry Pretty", "Cowboy Casanova", "See You Again", "Before He Cheats", and "All-American Girl".

After talking about her tour to support her forthcoming album "Cry Pretty", Underwood theorized that some fans might be wondering why she wasn't touring until May.

The country music songstress also confided that she and her National Hockey League star husband had considered alternative options for growing their brood. Per USA Today, "those two sentences unleashed a commotion of emotions", including among some who viewed the remark as misguided, per US Weekly, or an insult to people with fertility issues who can't afford treatment like, as they pointed out, she could. "When you go into write you're drawing off of personal experiences and you're talking about people that you know or friends that are dealing with things".

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