WWE's Carmella and Corey Graves announce pregnancy
Note: The following article contains discussion of baby loss that some readers may find upsetting.
Congratulations are in order for WWE's Carmella and Corey Graves, who are expecting a baby together.
Carmella shared the happy news during an appearance on Good Morning America on Monday (May 1), saying her pregnancy has "been really good" so far, and she is due in November.
Speaking about how Corey reacted to the news, Carmella said: "He was completely shocked and surprised. He was so excited, and from the get-go when I told him, we both just really tried to have such a positive outlook on it."
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Carmella went on to describe finding out she was pregnant in March as a "whirlwind," adding: "I think because of my past, it was hard to get excited off the bat about this one, but I was cautiously optimistic.
"I try to have a good mindset, a positive mindset this time around, and it's working. So I'm very happy about that."
Last year, Carmella opened up about suffering an ectopic pregnancy, after previously suffering a miscarriage the month before. Sharing her story on Instagram, Carmella wrote: "Today, I was treated for an ectopic pregnancy.
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"I never thought something like this would happen to me, especially after suffering from an early miscarriage in September."
Carmella went on to say that she'd been inspired to share her story after watching Iliza Shlesinger open up about her miscarriage on her Netflix special.
Carmella followed-up her appearance on GMA by sharing a series of black and white photos of her and Corey on Instagram, and writing: "After every storm there is a rainbow our little miracle is due this November and we couldn’t be more thrilled."
The couple have been dating since 2019 and tied the knot last April. Along with working for WWE, they also host a podcast together titled 'Bare With Us'.
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