Michelle Branch opened up about her miscarriage in a recent social media post. The 37-year-old singer revealed that she had a rough month using a baseball metaphor. Yes, the singer went sarcastic about her suffering and noted that the ongoing month hit her and her husband, Patrick Carney, really hard.

The Til I Get Over You star further disclosed that it was her first miscarriage, and now, she has constantly been eating the cookies of Christmas and crying during the holidays. However, she further said that she decided to don a dress and put on some lipstick while drinking champagne all day long.

"A bomb went off in downtown Nashville yesterday, and to further twist a dagger in my heart, I experienced my first miscarriage (ugh! Motherf---------!),” she added. She mentioned that there are five days more until this year comes to an end.

Branch also acknowledged the amazing meal she had and singing holiday songs near the fire while she said how she feels like finishing a race limping. The singer also posted a couple of pictures from her Christmas celebration featuring her son, Rhys James.

The couple welcomed their first child together in 2018, while Branch also shares a daughter Owen Isabelle Landau, 15, with her ex-husband, Teddy Landau. She further addressed her family as MVP and said that her family is precious to her, including her children, husband, and sister.

Although she reflected on the ongoing pandemic and said that she couldn't imagine a year being isolated while spending with anyone but her family. She concluded her post by wishing everyone a Happy Christmas. The singer rose to fame with The Spirit Room music album released in 2001 that featured her Everywhere, All You Wanted, and Goodbye to You hit.

Following her debut album, she released Hotel Paper in 2003, and that also turned out to be a commercial success, and it debuted on Billboard 200's number two position. Branch and Carney, who is a drummer by profession and work with The Black Key rock band, started to date in 2015.

The couple first met at a Grammy party while they first got together while working on an album produced by the 40-year-old drummer titled Hopeless Romantic. The duo got engaged in 2017, and after two years, they decided to tie a knot in Louisiana. However, they had their first baby between their engagement period, which eventually pushed their wedding date further.