Lacey Evans is nearly seven months into her pregnancy with her second child and she received some good news on her health.
In 2019, Evans shared that she had gestational diabetes after having her first daughter. With her second pregnancy, Evans revealed that she is healthier in her second pregnancy thanks to hard work and dedication.
"It may not be good news to a lot of people," Evans began when asked to share some recent good news on the Spouse Angle Podcast, "but this is my second pregnancy. I'm juggling being a WWE superstar, being pregnant, having to go through the body of a woman and everything she has to do in order to be a mom and staying fit because I have to come back guns blazing to get back in the ring. That's hard as a mother, as a woman, as a superstar, but I'm a United States Marine, so I can do it. The good news is, I had gestational diabetes very bad with my first daughter and I've been going through a lot of tests with this pregnancy. I just found out that my thyroid, through diet, through mental physical discipline diet, I have not only fixed my thyroid on a level to where it's high enough to where it gives me energy and I can keep going and be the mom my baby needs, but I do not have gestational diabetes like I thought I would, so I'm continuing to keep that going. It's huge because it impacts not only my baby, but my life and this is hard and can be draining. Through hard work, discipline, eating right, working out every day, I have a healthy pregnancy thus far and don't have gestational diabetes. Fingers crossed it'll continue. If not, we'll take the punches as they come."
Evans announced her pregnancy on the February 15 episode of WWE Raw. She was involved in a storyline with Ric and Charlotte Flair at the time.
Ric Flair, who reportedly obtained his release from WWE on Monday, voiced his displeasure over the storyline involving Evans. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
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