Kelly Kelly Says She Recently Suffered A Miscarriage

By | August 9, 2021

Kelly Kelly and her husband Joe Coba were expecting a baby, but that happy time became one of tragedy.

Former WWE Divas Champion Kelly Kelly has unfortunately suffered a miscarriage. Kelly shared the devastating news on her Instagram story, revealing that after trying for a very long time to become a mother, she finally got pregnant, but went on to lose the baby. She was rushed to the hospital by her boyfriend where they received the awful news.

She let fans know about this through her Instagram stories as she put up text graphics saying:

I know my last stories were cryptic so I wanted to just write out what was going on ..Since I look at social media as a platform to show your real life. It doesn’t always have to be modeling shots and ads but I’ve always been someone who wants for people to get to know me and not just what they see on social media. That’s something that has been important to me thru my life is to be transparent with you all and if my story can help anyone going thru the same thing that was exactly what I wanted to do.

Me and joe were in our first trimester. When we got the news we were pregnant it was the happiest moment of our lives, we’ve been wanting this for so long to be parents. It seemed like all of our prayers had been answered. It was our time now for our baby and as days went by we started talking about names telling our immediate family and friends we were pregnant! But knowing in the back of our minds anything could happen but honestly we were so excited that we were trying so hard not to think that way. Yesterday I just knew something didn’t feel right my body was not right. I felt every presence of the baby was gone . Joe rushed me to the hospital and that’s when I just knew we had lost the baby and the hours seemed like days while we waited it became more and more real. We were devastated.

Kelly Kelly is a model, actress and reality television personality. As a professional wrestler, she competed in WWE from 2006 to 2008 before returning in 2017. In 2019, she made history by becoming the first-ever female WWE 24/7 Champion. She also performed in the 2020 women’s Royal Rumble match.

We would like to send our condolences to Kelly Kelly for her big loss.