"I kept worrying about the baby," she recalled of the tough time. "I have to maintain a level head and I think that's the only thing that really got me through. I wasn't ready at the time to give up on my family. I wanted Kenzo to be able to know his dad and grow up, so it was a lot. It was a lot for me, but we've been through it, we've gone through it. We passed it and he's a better man now because of it."
"I'm happy that it kind of happened," she emotionally continued. "I get sensitive every time I talk about it."
Meanwhile, in the season three premiere of Kevin Hart: What the Fit? earlier this month, the comedian reflected on how he's changed since his car accident, which left him with three spinal fractures.
"Basically, what you realize is you're not in control," Kevin said. "At the end of the day, it can all be over, man. So don’t take today for granted."
"I basically was put in a situation where I was like, 'Oh, my God. Am I going to be able to walk, am I going to recover, am I going to be able to get back to myself?'" he added. "And through hard work, determination, and pure will, I got to a place where I can be physically active again. I am thankful for some of the small stuff, which is just the ability to get up and move around. This season, I gotta make sure people see me giving it my all to be the old me again!"
To see ET's latest chat with Kevin, watch the video below: