Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys and his wife, Lauren Kitt Carter, announced they’re having a second child after losing a baby to a miscarriage.

Back in March, in honor of International Women’s Day, Lauren opened up about her devastating loss by posting a photo of her ultrasound alongside a caption on Instagram.

On “what would have been [her] due date,” Lauren said she wanted to talk about the painful subject of miscarriage because as “women and parents,” sometimes people “suffer in silence.”

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Debated on whether or not to post this but since today would have been my Due Date and it’s #internationalwomensday I thought I’d share with you all an often shameful subject that we as Women and Parents suffer in silence. Shameful because as a woman I am supposed to create life and when failing to do so feels like failure as a human. I accept circumstances out of our control and I’ve moved on from my losses, days like today remind me just how fortunate I am to have a healthy child and how BADASS women are, how much we endure with a smile on our face. If you are struggling to start a family or have had a loss this post is for you, you’re not alone and there is always hope. Thankfully I have access to great Dr’s and healthcare professionals but sadly many women don’t so in honor of our baby girl and #internationalwomensday I am making a donation to @everymomcounts in hopes of aiding future parents from preventable illnesses and in some cases death. #women #health #midwives #babies #pregnancyloss #miscarriage #angelbabies #mom #dad #parents *** I’ve gotten DM’s and comments about my ultrasound date, I didn’t think I had to explain every medical detail but for those that are so concerned…when I went to see my doctor I gave them, to the best of my knowledge, the first day of my last period and so they put in that date. Once I had my tests and measurements they realized I had gotten my date wrong and adjusted my records accordingly. My DD was then also adjusted to 3-8-19***

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She continued her post by saying the subject is often “shameful” because:

As a woman I am supposed to create life and when failing to do so feels like failure as a human. I accept circumstances out of our control and I’ve moved on from my losses, days like today remind me just how fortunate I am to have a healthy child and how BADASS women are.

She continued:

If you are struggling to start a family or have had a loss this post is for you, you’re not alone and there is always hope.

Her husband, Nick, said their little girl who passed away “was a little sister for Odin.”

Months later, the couple who desperately wanted a second child so that their 3-year-old son, Odin Reign, could become a big brother shared some good news with fans.

Less than a year since Nick, 39, and Lauren were pregnant with a little girl, they announced they’re expecting a rainbow baby.

Nick wrote:

Thank You God for giving us the greatest gift we could ever ask for. #pregnant #werepregnant#babykisses #happiness #family

Lauren said a day in the park turned into an “impromptu family” photo shoot and baby reveal.

However, the couple hasn’t revealed when their baby is due.

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Tiffani is a writer for Dearly. She is from New York City. Prior to working for Dearly she covered fashion news and managed social media for various digital media outlets.

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