Grammy award-winning country star Carrie Underwood, 34, suffered an unfortunate incident in November of last year only days after she co-hosted the 2017 Country Music Awards. As reported earlier, she fell on the steps outside of her home, which resulted in several injuries including a broken wrist.
Underwood was forced to get surgery on her wrist, and additionally, needed 50 stitches in her face. Previously, she even told her fans that she "might look a bit different" after her fall, reported Fox News.
On Instagram, Underwood recently posted her first selfie since the accident. However, she refused to show her entire face in the picture.
In a photo with her husband, hockey star Mike Fisher, the couple was promoting the “End it Movement,” a movement that fights to end slavery, according to their website. Their social media campaign involves sharing a picture with a red “X” to promote “shining a light on slavery” and “ending it.”
Underwood held an “X” in front of the bottom part of face, while her husband had an “X” painted on his hand. See the photo below:
Since the accident, Underwood has thanked her fans a number of times for their well wishes and support.
Recently, the country music star also made headlines for her generous donation to a cop who broke his neck.
Please continue to keep Carrie Underwood in your prayers during her recovery process. In other recent news, it was revealed that only one U.S. President will be attending Billy Graham’s funeral.