A week after airing fertility concerns that bugged plenty of fans, Carrie Underwood has some big fertility news: The country singer revealed she's expecting her second child with husband Mike Fisher in an Instagram video posted Wednesday, per People. The 35-year-old, whose son Isaiah is 3, said she'd be "adding another fish to our pond" before starting a concert tour in May. The news comes after a Redbook interview in which the singer suggested more biological children might not be in her future.
"I'm 35, so we may have missed our chance to have a big family. We always talk about adoption and doing it when our child or children are a little older," Underwood said. 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. Others, however, suggested fans cut Underwood some slack. "Since fertility DOES decrease as women age, this is just TRUE. She MAY have missed that chance," one defender wrote. (Read more Carrie Underwood stories.)