During a YouTube Livestream on Monday, June 8, the “I Want Candy” crooner explained that she had lost the baby “due to stress conditions.”
“We’re gonna give it some time, let her heal and then we’re going to try again,” he told fans. “We both want that. I gotta take care of her.”
Aaron also revealed that although they had briefly broken up, the two stars were back together now. He didn’t say what exactly caused them to end their relationship, but he did admit that there were things Melanie “did wrong,” and that “everyone deserves a second chance.”
“I am happy. She has taken full responsibility for what she’s done,” he explained. “There were a lot of problems but we had a loving relationship, we never went to bed upset with each other. My heart never let go of [Melanie] and there was nothing I could do about it. And I became so miserable and lonely.”
Melanie confirmed that she did not cheat on the former Disney star, but admitted that she “didn’t cut people out of her life they had issues with.”
For those who missed it, the couple first revealed that they were expecting their first child together on April 21, 2020. The 32-year-old confirmed the happy news when he showed viewers Melanie’s positive pregnancy test during an Instagram Live.
“I have a baby on the way,” he said. “I’m going to be a busy father for sure. This is the official announcement, we’re pregnant.”
“We both were trying for it. I’m just focused on the future and being a dad. I want to be a good dad,” he also told People Magazine in a statement. “I’m focused, my music career has been doing really well, and touring, having my clothing line out, all that stuff I have going for me that isn’t necessarily just music. Family is most important to me.”
As fans know, Aaron and Melanie made their relationship Instagram official back in January, and get this — the pair even got tattoos of each other’s names, with the singer getting his inked above his eyebrow.
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