By Jackee Arce @knackeredwriter on September 2, 2014
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher began dating in 2008 and were engaged in 2009. However, they did not make their relationship public until 2010, and they married in June of the same year. Now, 4 years later, Fisher took to social media to announce that they are expecting their first child. Fans are thrilled to hear the lovely couple is expanding their family. Here are photos of them throughout the years.
Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood's first official appearance in public was during the annual fundraiser in Gatineau for the Ottawa Senators' official charity. Soon after they were often pictured together. This photo was taken during the 52nd annual GRAMMY Awards. Fisher would have to get used to the many music award shows to come.
Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood were no longer shy to be public and did not fear PDA. The couple happily kissed during the 2010 CMT Awards after Underwood had won an award.
Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood are obviously two bigs names and do use their fame for good. They partake in many charity related events such as the 2011 Redneck Rally for Rocketown. Here they are joined by comedian Jeff Foxworthy and Singer/Songwriter Michael W Smith.
Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood attend yet another music award show. They are definitely a cute couple and spend plenty of time being admired on the red carpet.
Carrie Underwood was the Season 4 American Idol winner, and it is no surprise that she often joins American Idol events. Here Mike Fisher and her are seen before the 2012 American Idol finale.
Yet another CMT Music Awards ceremony. It is expected for Carrie Underwood to attend all of them, and probably win something every time. Mike Fisher is always proudly at her side.
This is a little break from the more formal events. Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood went to Walt Disney World in 2012, and they even took a picture with Minne Mouse. They are all really quite adorable.
It just goes to show that celebrities love social media as much as the rest of us. The cameras caught Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher taking a selfie during the 2013 CMT Awards.
Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood are the kind of famous people that try to do good. They were present during TIME's 100 Most Influential People earlier this year, and it was for good reason. I hope people continue to look up to a couple like them.
More recently, Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood made an appearance at the Fifth Annual "We're All 4 The Hall" Keith Urban Benefit Concert. The couple continues to do their part in helping out with charities. They now have a chance to raise a child who can be just as compassionate as they are.
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