Carmella lives her life in full view of the public, and she realizes this all too well. The Princess of Staten Island is back on television, and enjoying a revamped character, but she experienced some serious personal tragedy along the way.

Carmella was pregnant, but she sadly experienced an ectopic pregnancy. She was very open about this experience with her fans, and they rallied around her with support.

During a recent episode of GAW TV, Kelly Kelly spoke about Carmella’s story. She applauded Carmella for being so open about something that so many women experience in their lives.

“Carmella came out and talked about her miscarriage, and I think it’s so good for women because it’s such a common thing,” Kelly stated. ‘It’s like one in three women have a miscarriage in their life. It’s looked at like, ‘Oh, my god, this is frowned upon. I don’t want to look like something’s wrong with me.’ But I just think it’s so normal now, and it’s good to normalize it like, ‘Okay, I’m not alone.'”


Pregnancy can be a very difficult journey, and sadly, they don’t all end in a successful birth. Thankfully, Carmella was able to get through that terrible experience, and she also used her knowledge to help others with her story.

Carmella seems to be enjoying her time on WWE television right now. They paired her up with Chelsea Green, and the two could make a formable tag team in due time. They certainly seem to be having a lot of fun annoying Adam Pearce.

We will have to see what’s next for Carmella, but she will keep grinding and doing her thing in WWE for as long as she can. Hopefully, she never has to deal with that kind of unspeakable loss in her personal life again.

Felix Upton

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