Colleen Ballinger shared the happy news she is having twins (Picture: YouTube/Colleen Ballinger)
Colleen Ballinger – better known as Miranda Sings – has shared even more joyful news with her followers, revealing she is expecting twins.
The YouTube star, 34, had revealed her pregnancy earlier in the week following a miscarriage at the start of the year, but was in for more happy surprises,
She revealed that she had gone for a scan after experiencing some concerning symptoms and was then told that she was going to have two babies.
Colleen revealed in her latest video: ‘On April 16th I found out I was pregnant. On May 5th I experienced some concerning complications. I rushed to the doctor for an ultrasound and got an unexpected surprise.’
She exclaimed through tears during the scan: ‘I’ve been crying all morning thinking I had no baby and I have two babies!”
Colleen and her husband Erik Stocklin have been married since 2018 and share son Flynn, two.
In a video montage she shared the moment she broke the news to friends and family, including dancer JoJo Siwa, as well as holding up sets of two identical outfits and more scan photos.
She revealed: ‘It is true, I am having twins and I am very excited and I can not believe it.’
Colleen had revealed her pregnancy earlier in the week, telling her followers: ‘I got pregnant at the beginning of this year and unfortunately I had a miscarriage and it was one of the most awful things I’ve ever been through, if not the most awful things I’ve ever been through.
‘We knew that we immediately wanted to start trying to have another baby. I took about a million pregnancy tests over the last few months, hoping that one would say positive, and every time it said negative, my heart shattered.
‘I feel so grateful that it only took a few months for me to get a positive test because I know that there are people out there who try for years and years and years and continue to see that negative test.
‘My heart goes out to everyone who has experienced that or is currently experiencing that.’
Credit: Original article published here.