According to her social media, the couple had been trying to conceive a child since at least the end of 2016. A few months later, Sid jumped onto Monica’s personal page to announce that the two had just suffered a miscarriage.
“Earlier you saw Monica posted that it was the worst day ever, and she didn’t really say anything,” he says to the camera. “She had her pre-natal appointment today and I’m going to be upfront with you guys, half the baby was missing. For all intents and purposes, it was a miscarriage, so that’s what’s going on,” he added, holding back tears.
But the couple kept trying in spite of the tragedy, and in August of 2017, the two announced they were pregnant on Monica’s YouTube channel. “I am no longer gaining weight,” she says to the phone she’s filming on. “I am 25 weeks pregnant, I have lost weight, I am under 500 pounds now, doing good.”
She continues to say that the “huge changes” are “worth it because I want to be healthy for my baby and for my fiancé.” And a few months later, in October, the couple welcomed baby Michelle Elizabeth, who is now more than a year old.