Carrie, 36, and Mike, 38, haven’t seen eye-to-eye since the birth of their second baby, Jacob, in February. A source exclusively told OK! Magazine that Mike was upset because “instead of taking time off, like she said she would,” the singer announced the 60-date Cry Pretty Tour 360.
The source added, “Carrie’s focused less on Mike and more on the baby and her music.”
The insider also confirmed the “Cry Pretty” singer is “concentrating on her career and not letting the drama get into her head.”
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Carrie snubbed Mike as she gushed about the tour and said, “It just makes my heart happy that I have the kind of job where I can bring my children with me and they can be a part of it.”
The former NHL player “feel left out,” according to the insider.
Although things are bumpy, Carrie appears to be including her husband more. The “Before He Cheats” crooner posted a photo of Mike joining her workout on May 22. The shout out is one of the rare pictures she’s shared of her husband since she gave birth.
For more on Carrie and Mike’s backstage drama, make sure to pick up a copy of OK! Magazine on newsstands now!