This type of swimwear does not leave Carrie Underwood feeling "Blown Away."
“I feel like with swimwear, growing up in my teenage years, early 20s, I couldn’t wear a triangle swimsuit,” she told People magazine Tuesday at an event for her activewear brand CALIA's swimwear.
"I can’t do it, it’s not going to happen," she added. "It would never have happened."
The singer's offering of suits appears to provide more coverage support than triangle bikinis.
“I’ve had women come up to me and be like, ‘Thank you! I can take my teenage daughter and we can get things that are cute but also appropriate for her and for me,' " the "Southbound" artist told the outlet. “And I think of myself running after my crazy kids and being at hotel pools, wanting to be cute but also not wanting to worry about things. Everything stays where it’s supposed to!”
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Underwood and her husband, retired hockey player Mike Fisher, have two sons: Isaiah, 4, and Jacob, who arrived in January.
In May, the "American Idol" alum opened up to Natalie Morales in an interview for "Today" about life as a mom of two on tour.
Underwood said she was fatigued but excited to have the opportunity to take her kids to work with her.
"Going out on the road with a 3-month-old... I'm tired," she said. "But I mean, how many people get to take their children to work with them?"
The 36-year-old singer has been candid about her pregnancy struggles, from suffering multiple miscarriages to trying to get back in shape after her second child.
"I feel like moms put a lot of pressure on themselves to have it all together and know everything and plan for everything and you just ... it's impossible."
Contributing: Rasha Ali
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