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Luke Combs’ wife Nicole did as promised and took more questions from fans yesterday (3/22) on her Insta stories and talked about her second pregnancy, which she and Luke announced earlier this week.

Nicole said, “This pregnancy has been much easier than the previous one, but nausea is no joke. Very thankful because there is no way I would have been able to take care of a child the way my last pregnancy was.”

After being asked if she was ready, she added, “Yes, I am ready for a second! It was a bit of a shock, but I am getting a lot of encouraging DMs from people who have children similar months apart. It’s really gotten me more and more excited! I hope they’re best friends like my sister and i.”

Nicole also updated her fans on the family’s feral cat. The brown tabby is known as the “feral cheese cat.” Nicole wrote, “Feral as ever. Had to have emergency surgery because he ate an 18-inch drawstring.”

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Nicole took questions from fans on her Insta stories earlier this week (3/22) after announcing they are expecting their second baby boy in September. Nicole admitted that she is nervous Luke may not be there when the baby is born.

One fan asked if she was “worried” that the baby would come when Combs is on his massive 2023 world tour.  She replied, “Not going to lie, yeah. Mostly because I’m due between Australia and Europe.” She added, “Cutting it kind of close.” Nicole also said that the couple does not have a name picked out for the new boy. She said, “Not even one; boy names are TOUGH.”

As for whether or not she wanted a girl or a boy this time, Nicole said, “I know this is cliche, but we honestly did not care as long as the baby was happy and healthy. I thought it was a girl for so long, and then one day, I woke up and was 100 % positive it was a boy. Same thing with Tex, so crazy!”

Nicole then posted that she would take more questions later. She wrote, “Lil man woke up from his nap, so I will answer some more tonight.”

Top Five Country Songs About Being Lucky

  • 5 - Mary Chapin Carpenter - "I Feel Lucky" (1992)

    The first single from carpenter’s album Come On Come On. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The chorus includes the lyrics, “I feel lucky, / I feel lucky, Yeah. / No Professor Doom gonna stand in my way. / Mm, I feel lucky today.”

  • 4 - Elle King - "Lucky" (2022

    A song about how lucky she was to have her son whom she named “Lucky.” The chorus includes the lyrics, “I got lucky / Well, ain’t that somethin’ for someone just like me / Who don’t deserve a damn thing? / I know broken, beat down / And I know I show it then and now / But, hell, I chose it, yеah, I own it / And it brings me to my knees / I got lucky.”

  • 3 - Faith Hill - "The Lucky One" (2005)

    Faith sang this top ten hit on her NBC TV special Faith Hill: Fireflies. The chorus includes the lyrics, “‘Cause you’re mine / That’s all I need to know / The sunshine’s everywhere we go / It’s so right ’cause I’ve got you to hold every night / Yeah, I’m the lucky one / I’m the lucky one.”

  • 2 - Montgomery Gentry - "Lucky Man" (2006)

    This song was lucky as it received a 2008 nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, the duo’s first nomination. The chorus includes the lyrics, “But I know I’m a lucky man / God’s given me a pretty fair hand / Got a house and a piece of land / A few dollars in a coffee can / My old trucks still running good / My ticker’s ticking like they say it should / I got supper in the oven, a good woman’s loving / And one more day to be my little kid’s dad / Lord, knows I’m a lucky man.”

  • 1 - Luke Combs "Five Leaf Clover" (2023)

    Released on St. Patrick’s Day, this new Combs gem was inspired by Luke finding a five-leaf clover on his Tennessee property. The chorus includes the lyrics, “I know I’m a lucky man, but I ain’t sure why I am / Cuz it ain’t like anyone deserves the world in the palm of their hand / Now I hit my knees, thankful as can be / But the one thing I can’t get over / How’d a guy like me, who’d have been fine with three / Wind up with a five-leaf clover?”