Former WWE diva Christy Hemme announced that she has given birth to quadruplets, and all four babies are safe. The 2004 Raw Diva's Search Winner and former TNA Knockout shared photos on her Instagram page:
Christy Hemme announced she was pregnant with quadruplets back in September. She and husband Charley Patterson are now parents to five kids. Their daughter, Charlie Rose, turned three years old on Saturday.
According to ABC News, the odds of anyone having quadruplets are one in 800,000, so Hemme and Patterson are surely feeling incredibly blessed after this wonderful series of events.
Hemme rose to fame when she won the 2004 Raw Diva's Search, which came with a $250,000 cash prize and one year contract with the WWE. But Hemme's run in WWE ended in late 2005, for reasons unspecified.
She was sent to train and improve her in-ring skills at Ohio Valley Wrestling, but was released from her contract shortly afterward. Rumors suggested that Stephanie McMahon forced Hemme out, after the latter was getting too close with Triple H. Hemme has refused to go into full details about her departure, so the true story is unknown.
After her release from the WWE, Hemme then moved over to TNA, and was named the promotion's Knockout of the Year in 2006. Hemme didn't win any championships, though, and didn't exactly get over all that much with the crowd.
In late 2009, she announced her retirement from wrestling, but immediately began working as a ring announcer and backstage reporter. Hemme left TNA in 2016, and has since worked on a music career.
Hemme has remained out of the wrestling spotlight for a couple of years now. With a singing career on the horizon and four new babies to look after, Christy Hemme will be adapting to a completely different lifestyle. Here's hoping the family of seven is happy and healthy going forward.