Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher quashes divorce rumors: 'Never been better'
The couple has been having a tough time since Carrie's tragic fall last year.
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher‘s marriage is just fine, thank you very much. Mike took the time to shut down gossip that arose last week in tabloids regarding a possible split between the couple.
The country superstar, 34, and the hockey player, 37, were hit with split rumors last week, but Mike addressed the speculation on his Instagram account over the weekend.
Mike, a devout Christian, decided to share some scriptures on Instagram on Sunday. He posted a biblical verse reading: “Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.”
Mike seemed to note that the verse was merely a good reminder to remain mindful of his personal shortcomings, but he received a multitude of comments, with more than one fan interpreting the post as indicative of alarming confirmation regarding the NHL star's marriage.
The officially un-retired hockey player responded to a fan @beverlyayers, who wrote on his post that she was "praying for you and Carrie" and for the pair to "hold tight to each other" because there are always "bumps in the road."
Mike responded by taking a dig at In Touch Weekly, which is the outlet that started the rumors, writing, "That’s not media. We’ve never been better. Thanks."
The sports star and the country music queen were wed in 2010. The two welcomed son Isaiah Michael Fisher in March 2015. Though their relationship is going strong, Mike and Carrie have indeed had a trying few months.
The “Blown Away” singer has been staying under the radar since she had a “hard fall” on the steps outside their home in November, leaving her with a broken wrist and around 50 stitches to her face. There's no reason to doubt she's had the support of Mike all along.
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