Ludacris's wife, Eudoxie, had a miscarriage, opens up in Instagram post about faith

Elise Solé
Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, the wife of rapper Ludacris, has suffered a miscarriage. (Photo: Getty Images)

Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, wife of rapper and actor Ludacris, has suffered a miscarriage, an experience that she says she endured with prayer.

Some women were grateful to learn Mbouguiengue’s news, writing about their own miscarriages in the comment section of the post. 

Mbouguiengue, a model and philanthropist, and Ludacris (whose real name is Christopher Brian Bridges) started dating in 2009 and got engaged in 2014 after an elaborate proposal in Costa Rica that involved his spelling out the words “Eudoxie Will You Marry Me” in a field visible from their private plane. “She didn’t say yes. She said HELL YES!” wrote Ludacris on Instagram, adding #milehighproposal. 

Only days later, the pair wed. “Why wait? Did the thing before 2015,” the star wrote on Instagram.

Ludacris has four children: 21-year-old daughter Shaila Scott, 16-year-old-daughter Karma, and 4-year-old daughter Cai Bella, from previous relationships. The married couple share daughter Cadence Gaëlle, 3.  

Eudoxie often writes about her faith on social media, in an ongoing series called “A Prayer for Today.”

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