It was reported earlier today by Ashley Mitchell that Brie and Nikki Bella serendipitously got pregnant at the same time. This Wednesday, the two professional wrestling sisters announced they were both going to have a baby.
Coincidentally, their respective due dates are eerily close as well. In fact, they’re only two weeks from each other. During her chat with People Magazine, Brie noted how odd that would seem to the public as if it were a joke.
Moreover, Bella explained that it was entirely coincidental, and they never planned to get pregnant at the same time at all. The 36-year-old added, “it was a total surprise.” As most know, this marks her first baby with Artem Chigvintsev, her fiancé.
The couple announced their engagement and stated they had actually got engaged in France back in November of last year. According to Nikki, she started to get the feeling she needed to take a pregnancy test while doing yoga one day.
According to Nikki, when she found out, she didn’t want to tell Artem, because she needed a moment to reflect on it and consider how she was feeling. As fans of the wrestler know, Nikki once considered marrying John Cena, whom she frequently disagreed with on the topic of having children.
The 42-year-old, Cena, later changed his mind but after they split up. At that point, it was already too late. Nikki said to People Magazine that it was a point of contention between them to the extent that she couldn’t possibly imagine herself not being a mother.
Nikki explained she had always been a family-oriented person, and the idea of not being a mother was simply too much for her to handle. She knew in her heart that it was the wrong choice to go without being a mom.
For years, the wrestler explained, she has wanted to raise a child, and show her babies all the great aspects of life and how to behave in the world. “It’s something I’ve dreamed of my whole life,” the athlete explained.
As fans of the two sisters know, family values are an important part of their lives, which one can easily see by their own relationship.