Who is carrie dating
Carrie Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, could be headed for a split after nearly seven years of wedded bliss.
MUST SEE: Carrie Underwood Is Taking a Break From Music to Be a Mom to Son Isaiah! "I believe Carrie feels Mike doesn’t see their relationship as a priority, and that he’s not putting forth the effort to make her happy and feel secure," the insider continued.
"They’re in a very vulnerable place, and their friends are worried they’ve drifted so far apart that they may not be able to find their way back together again." MORE: Carrie Underwood Opens Up About Having a Second Baby — See What She Revealed!
"Unfortunately, they just can’t seem to connect, and Carrie’s devastated," the source said, adding the country star feels "lonely and abandoned" in her union.
"Carrie’s friends are encouraging her to explore her options, but her mom Carole, is urging her to try to fix her marriage." Though the "Smoke Break" singer could be unhappy in her relationship with Mike, 37, the insider claimed Carrie won't ever leave her athlete hubby.
"Carrie’s a devout Christian who takes her vows very seriously, and I would have to think any suspicions about Mike would eat her up inside.
Here's hoping the couple can work things out and stay together!Check out the gallery to see more photos of Carrie and Mike!DAISY Ridley became tearful as she shared an unusual piece of dating advice imparted by her late Star Wars co-star Carrie Fisher. I don’t want to scuttle.'" She added: "I’m very aware that there are thousands of other people who could do what I do much better, and it’s a matter of timing and luck.The actress, 25, who is the cover star for the latest edition of Vogue, told the publication how Carrie warned of the pitfalls of starring in the franchise "because you don’t want to give people the ability to say ' I had sex with Princess Leia.'" She said of Carrie: "I’d never met anyone openly bipolar before, who discussed loving glitter because of her LSD days." Learning to deal with the fame the role of Rey has brought her is an ongoing process and nearly overcame her at one stage. I just felt so seen and so self-conscious.' "I felt like I was sort of reducing myself because I was so worried that people would recognize me. I’m counting my blessings that I get to be one of the people working."People were recognizing me — I still don’t know how to handle it," she said. "I worry that things start to seem normal that aren’t normal.
You get rushed through airports, and you never have to queue, and you get tickets to things that you wouldn’t otherwise.