Hilarious: Carrie Underwood writes about relatable pregnancy struggle

Carrie Underwood recently opened up about a pregnancy struggle that we can all relate too.

The mum is expecting baby number two, and while she is over the moon to meet her little one, she is struggling with finding fitting clothes.

The baby on the way is due in January, so Carrie is in those final few months and has quite a big baby bump.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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In fact, it’s so big that she has started wearing her husband’s clothes.

The country star revealed her wardrobe change on Twitter, saying: “Officially wearing Mike's clothes in public now, so…”

She added the hashtags: #MyClothesDontFit #sorrybabe.

But seeing how she is carrying their unborn child, we’re sure her husband doesn’t mind sharing his closet.

Many mums have shown their support for Carrie’s choice, commenting on her post with reassurances.

“You can pull it off!” said one.

“If she can rock bubble wrap, she most certainly can rock camo,” joked another.

The comment refers to the singer’s recent appearance at the Country Music Awards.

Her co-host Brad Paisley presented her with a bubble wrap dress, making her promise that her and her baby would be safe.

The Before He Cheats singer had a bad fall last year and Brad didn’t want to take any chances.

He also pushed her to reveal her baby’s gender on stage, saying: “Seriously Carrie, give me a little baby hint. Johnny or June?”

“It’s a Willie, okay?” she laughed.

We can’t wait to meet her and Mike’s little boy, and we’re glad that she has found some clothes that fit her growing bump.

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