SINGER Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher get candid during the trailer for their new docu-series Mike & Carrier: God and Country on IAmSecond.
The 37-year-old is overcome by emotion in the teaser for their upcoming four-part series the not-for-profit Christian organization as they discuss their miscarriages and the impact it had on their marriage.
The Before He Cheats hitmaker is already mom to sons Isaiah, five, and one-year-old Jacob, but suffered endless heartbreak when she miscarried three times.
In the emotional trailer, former NHL pro Mike, 39, recounted one moment that they learned that they had lost their unborn child.
He said sympathetically: “She was like ‘I lost the baby’. And I was like ‘again?’
“We had all these mountain tops, but we hadn’t had a lot of valleys like this.
Seemingly speaking of their fertility hardships, Carrie added: “I just had an honest conversation with God.
“I was hurt and I told him how I felt.”
Before discussing their heartache, the sports star said that “I always wanted a lot of kids”. Although Carrie added: “I was never good with other people’s kids, why would I be good with my own?”
However, she admitted that following the birth of their first child Isaiah she learned what it truly felt like to be “in love.”
The couple met at one of Carrie’s concerts in 2008 and was engaged a year later in December 2009.
The two married in 2010.
The blonde beauty, who hails from Oklahoma, explained how she and Mike are “drastically” different from one another.
Reflecting on her childhood, Carrie said when she was a kid she “always said I would never marry a hunter… Never not in a million years.”
“When we were dating, it’s like ‘we’ll be fine,'” added Mike. “And then you’re doing the same and then all of the sudden we get married and it’s like ‘woah here we go.'”
Carrie responded: “We just differ. Drastically.”
The series will be the first in depth interview the notoriously couple has ever done.
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