Nick Carter is updating fans on his baby’s “minor complications” following the birth — and it appears the newborn will remain hospitalized.
The ‘Backstreet Boys’ star shared the update on Twitter where he addressed the ongoing situation involving his wife and their newborn baby #3 who had complications earlier this week, following the birth.
At this point, Nick says the baby is doing “better” but the family is “not out of the woods yet” so they are staying in the hospital for at least one more night.
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“Ok. So everything is looking better but we’re not out of the woods yet. We have to stay in the hospital one more night. But Daddy and Mommy are watching baby like a Hawk. Thank you again for all your love and support. We see you,” Nick tweeted.
The famous singer continued, “Took this video of Saoirse before we left for the hospital. I miss our babies but we have to stay another night. We’ll be home soon.”
In the heartwarming clip, the couple’s 1-year-old can be seen opening the door of their bedroom and calling for mommy while she slept in the room.
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As we reported, Nick announced earlier this week that their third child was experiencing “minor complications” after his wife gave birth — and they were cautiously remaining in the hospital.
“As a parent knows all too very well, sometimes things don’t turn out the way you plan it. We have been experiencing some minor complications but things are looking a little better after the first night,” he wrote.
It’s unclear exactly what is ailing the newborn baby, Nick has not shared specifics with his fans. But, they are supporting the family through social media by sending tons of messages.
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“Prayers for baby, mom n dad, may God send healing, strength, and all may go home soon. And start your new journey, with love, and all the joy your hearts can hold!” one person wrote.
Another fan added, “I’m so glad that Lauren and the baby are doing better! Don’t be afraid Nick! Thanks for keeping us updated! Sending you lots of love and a warm hug! You’re in my thoughts.”
Adding, “I’m so happy you are looking better. I knew she could beat this, the baby has 2 very strong parents! You guys can handle this…future memories you’ll all have together as a family.”
Get Well Soon!