Mbouguiengue, who tied a tangle with a rapper incited film star in 2014, shared a unhappy news with her Instagram followers Monday as she noted her birthday.
“Lord, we appreciate we for a present of life,” Mbouguiengue captioned a design of herself station subsequent to Ludacris, whose genuine name is Chris Bridges.
“This year didn’t indispensably start off right for us,” she continued. “I had a miscarriage and indispensable to have surgery. It was really easy to protest and self empathize though we refused to let a rivalry win. we stayed true and prayed up. we spent hours focusing on a many ways a Lord has sanctified me.”
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“How could we protest when God has sanctified me with a event to already knowledge motherhood?” combined Mbouguiengue, who shares 3-year-old daughter Cadence Gaëlle with Ludacris. (The Fate of a Furious actor is also father to daughters Cai, 5, and Karma, 16, from prior relationships.)
“I’m pity this with we all to remind we to live in gratitude,” explained Mbouguiengue. “When a rivalry tries to hit we down, get even closer to your faith. My faith has been tested many times via my life though I’m usually removing stronger. Life will not always go as designed and gripping a certain and beholden opinion will usually move some-more and bigger blessings.”
She concluded: “Thank we God for your preference over my life. Thank we for my pleasing family and friends who have been so supportive. Thank we for another year!! 🙏🏽❤”
The Fear Factor host posted a same design to Instagram that was taken during his wife’s birthday celebration hold during The Painted Duck in Atlanta, a gaming parlor, that he hired out for a occasion.
He captioned a print of a couple: “Of march we let her win. 🤣 that’s what amatory husbands do. 👌🏽”
In December, a 40-year-old star common with PEOPLE that his 2018 New Year’s Resolution was to have a baby boy.
“My New Year’s resolution is to get a boy, trust it or not,” Ludacris told PEOPLE.
“We’re going to try one some-more time,” he shared. “So all subsequent year I’m going to be trying to get a boy.”
When asked how his 3 daughters were doing, Ludacris said, “The girls are doing good,” adding that he’s “super protective” over all of them.