DJ Fisher and his wife Chloe shared the happy news that they were expecting a child last month.
But during an appearance on the Today show on Wednesday, the couple revealed their journey to parenthood has been anything but smooth.
Influencer Chloe suffered four miscarriages, endured eight rounds of IVF, battled Asherman’s syndrome and even underwent surgery for endometriosis before finally falling pregnant.
Speaking to hosts Karl Stefanovic and Sarah Abo, Chloe admitted she was scared to celebrate the pregnancy because she had become ‘desensitized’ after the trauma of her multiple miscarriages.
Reflecting on their difficult road, DJ Fisher, whose real name is Paul, said, ‘There’s no words to describe that situation at all.’
He continued, ‘For Chloe, all she’s ever wanted is to have a kid and to have a family.’
DJ Fisher and his wife Chloe are expecting their first child, and on Wednesday the couple shared their journey to parenthood on the Today show
The happy couple announced their pregnancy on Christmas Eve in a touching post to Instagram.
‘The greatest gift of all. I’ve waited my whole life for you,’ Chloe wrote alongside an image in which her husband cradled her bump.
‘The most wanted and loved baby Fisher will be joining the tour in 2024, we are still pinching ourselves that we’ve finally been chosen to become parents,’ she went on.
‘WE DID IT @followthefishtv. I love you so so much!’ Chloe added, saying it was ‘the single most happiest moment in my life’.
Chloe admitted that she was scared to celebrate the pregnancy because she had become ‘desensitized’ after the trauma of her multiple miscarriages
Chloe took a moment to share her empathy for those struggling with infertility and revealed she had battled for several years to conceive via IVF.
‘After 4 years of trying to convince, 1000s of needles, eight rounds of IVF, multiple surgeries, I’ve lived this nightmare and I know this pain and suffering all too well,’ she said.
‘NO ONE deserves to endure this feeling. I feel you all, I see you all and completely understand the disappointment and sadness you are all feeling. Please stay positive and manifest your healthy baby… I pray you hold your miracle in your arms soon’.
Influencer Chloe suffered four miscarriages, endured eight rounds of IVF, battled Asherman’s syndrome and even underwent surgery for endometriosis before finally falling pregnant
Chapman, a model and swimwear designer, is the founder of Australian brand Aloé Swimwear.
Her husband, who goes by the stage name DJ Fisher, is a house and techno producer based in LA.
In 2019, he was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Dance Recording category in 2019 for his hit ‘Losing It’, which also came in second in Triple J’s Hottest 100.