American Idol Alum Fantasia Barrino Reveals Struggle with Infertility

American Idol alum Fantasia Barrino recently opened up about her struggle to conceive.

The singer and her husband Kendall Taylor, revealed to Tamron Hall in a recent episode of The Tamron Hall Show that it took her years to get pregnant naturally. The couple are now pregnant with their first child together.

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“At first, we thought we were going to have to do different things,” Barrino told Hall about the possibility of her doing in vitro fertilization. “This is a three-year journey we’ve been on.”

Barrino met with a doctor to get a better understanding of what her options were and learned that one of her fallopian tubes had closed. After that, she told Hall that she and her husband, Kendall Taylor, had decided to “let God be God.”

American Idol Alum Fantasia Barrino Reveals Struggle with Infertility

I kid you not, I forgot about it,” she told Hall. “And then I woke up one night, and I was just like, ‘Something’s different.’ “

Barrino took six pregnancy tests to confirm the exciting news she suspected – and got positive results.

“I was so excited,” she exclaimed.

Taylor said he felt deep down that it was “gonna happen naturally” for the couple, though acknowledged that “everybody’s journey is different.”

The baby will be the first child for Tayler and Barrino, who got married in 2015 just three weeks after they met. Barrino has two children from prior relationships, Dallas Xaviar, 9, and Zion Quari, 19 and Taylor has a son named Treyshaun.

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