Nick Carter’s wife, Lauren, gives birth, but there are ‘complications’
Nick Carter’s wife, Lauren, pregnant after miscarriages
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Nick Carter revealed things are “looking better” with his newborn baby, but he and wife Lauren Kitt remain in the hospital with their third child.
“Ok. So everything is looking better but we’re not out of the woods yet. We have to stay in the hospital one more night,” he tweeted late Thursday. “But Daddy and Mommy are watching baby like a Hawk. Thank you again for all your love and support. We see you [prayer emoji].”
The Backstreet Boys member announced this week that Kitt had given birth but there had been “minor complications.“
“But as a parent knows all to very well, sometimes things don’t turn out the way you plan it,” he revealed after sharing the birth news. “We have been experiencing some minor complications but things are looking a little better after the first night.”
Carter and Kitt, who have yet to specify what happened during her labor, haven’t revealed the sex of baby No. 3.
Their newborn joins brother Odin Reign, 5, and sister Saoirse Reign, 1.
Nick, 41, and Lauren, 37, announced that they were expecting their third child in January after suffering “multiple miscarriages” over the years.
The couple shared that they believed they’d never be able to conceive naturally, and Lauren didn’t even figure out she was pregnant until she was five-and-a-half months along.
“I thought I had a tumor because there was just no way that I could be pregnant, from just my medical history and the things that I did to ensure that I just had my two children,” Lauren told People while announcing her pregnancy.
“Even Nick, like a couple of weeks prior to that, was talking about possibly getting a surrogate, possibly having a third child. It was just something we were talking about.”
The couple married in April 2014.
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