Tae marks one month in hospital
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Tae marks one month in hospital

Wednesday, January 12, 2022 – Taylor Dye, one half of Maddie & Tae, has been in the hospital for one month as of today due to pregnancy complications.

"Today marks 1 month of being in the hospital,: her husband, Josh Kerr, posted on Instagram. T went in for a routine check up at 24 weeks then we were immediately admitted and we have been here since. Our sweet girl is doing great, she is just a little more excited than she is ready to be in the world. This hasn't been easy but we're leaning on God and trusting His plan. Thanks for all your thoughts and prayers."

Tae said a few months ago that she was pregnant. Maddie & Tae were slated to tour, starting this month, but the tour was postponed due to the pregnancy.


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