Meghan Trainor ruins 'Spy Kids' fans' childhoods as she spills explicit details about husband Daryl Sabara

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By Kim Novak

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Meghan Trainor has given fans a whole lot more than they wanted to know as she opened up about her sex life with her husband Daryl Sabara.

The 29-year-old singer has been with her 31-year-old Spy Kids actor husband since 2016, with the couple tying the knot in December 2018, on Meghan's 25th birthday.

They've since gone on to have two children together - two-year-old son Riley and newborn Barry Bruce who they welcomed in July - and regularly keep their followers up to date on their family and relationship.

While fans usually love the wholesome posts, they were left feeling pretty uncomfortable after Meghan shared the ins and outs - no pun intended - of what goes on in their bedroom.

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Meghan did not hold back on discussing what things are like in the bedroom with Daryl. Credit: Dan MacMedan/Getty Images

Sitting down with guest Trisha Paytas on the podcast she shares with her brother, Ryan Trainor, Meghan did not shy away from sharing the specifics of what she and her husband get up to.

She told them: "My husband is a big boy… My p***y is broken though. I have p***y anxiety."

Meghan then revealed: "I was told I have something called vaginismus, I thought that every woman walking around was always in pain after sex.

"I was like, 'Doc, are you telling me that I could have sex and not feel a single bit of pain?'"

Vaginismus is when the muscles in a woman's vagina involuntarily squeeze or spasm, and can occur during sex or when using tampons among other situations.

This can make sexual activity extremely uncomfortable or painful due to the narrowing of the vagina, and Meghan revealed that the issue got worse after giving birth to her first child.

She explained: "He would penetrate, I would be like, 'Ow, ow, ow', like, to the point when… I had to ice myself after.

"I’m like, 'Daryl, I have to work today, and I can’t walk'… I’m gonna figure it out. I’m gonna be a star at sex."

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The couple have been together since 2016 and share two sons. Credit: Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Paul Smith

While this was enough to have fans never looking at the Spy Kids movie in the same way again, it was the point at which Meghan told Trisha she wished she could make Daryl "smaller" that listeners lost it with the topic.

They soon took to social media to share their horror at knowing more about Daryl - who played Juni Cortez in Spy Kids - than they had ever sought to find out.

They tweeted: "The boy….from spy kids…is packing!? did we need to know this?" and: "MEGHAN, THIS IS NOT OUR BUSINESS..."

Others added: "Info I didn’t need to know nor want to" and: "I JUST REALIZED THIS WAS THE SPY KID--I DON;T---NOOOO."

And let's not forget this entire conversation was had in front of her actual brother, too.

Featured image credit: Michael Tran/Getty Images

Meghan Trainor ruins 'Spy Kids' fans' childhoods as she spills explicit details about husband Daryl Sabara

vt-author-image

By Kim Novak

Article saved!Article saved!

Meghan Trainor has given fans a whole lot more than they wanted to know as she opened up about her sex life with her husband Daryl Sabara.

The 29-year-old singer has been with her 31-year-old Spy Kids actor husband since 2016, with the couple tying the knot in December 2018, on Meghan's 25th birthday.

They've since gone on to have two children together - two-year-old son Riley and newborn Barry Bruce who they welcomed in July - and regularly keep their followers up to date on their family and relationship.

While fans usually love the wholesome posts, they were left feeling pretty uncomfortable after Meghan shared the ins and outs - no pun intended - of what goes on in their bedroom.

wp-image-1263229755 size-full
Meghan did not hold back on discussing what things are like in the bedroom with Daryl. Credit: Dan MacMedan/Getty Images

Sitting down with guest Trisha Paytas on the podcast she shares with her brother, Ryan Trainor, Meghan did not shy away from sharing the specifics of what she and her husband get up to.

She told them: "My husband is a big boy… My p***y is broken though. I have p***y anxiety."

Meghan then revealed: "I was told I have something called vaginismus, I thought that every woman walking around was always in pain after sex.

"I was like, 'Doc, are you telling me that I could have sex and not feel a single bit of pain?'"

Vaginismus is when the muscles in a woman's vagina involuntarily squeeze or spasm, and can occur during sex or when using tampons among other situations.

This can make sexual activity extremely uncomfortable or painful due to the narrowing of the vagina, and Meghan revealed that the issue got worse after giving birth to her first child.

She explained: "He would penetrate, I would be like, 'Ow, ow, ow', like, to the point when… I had to ice myself after.

"I’m like, 'Daryl, I have to work today, and I can’t walk'… I’m gonna figure it out. I’m gonna be a star at sex."

wp-image-1263229760 size-full
The couple have been together since 2016 and share two sons. Credit: Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Paul Smith

While this was enough to have fans never looking at the Spy Kids movie in the same way again, it was the point at which Meghan told Trisha she wished she could make Daryl "smaller" that listeners lost it with the topic.

They soon took to social media to share their horror at knowing more about Daryl - who played Juni Cortez in Spy Kids - than they had ever sought to find out.

They tweeted: "The boy….from spy kids…is packing!? did we need to know this?" and: "MEGHAN, THIS IS NOT OUR BUSINESS..."

Others added: "Info I didn’t need to know nor want to" and: "I JUST REALIZED THIS WAS THE SPY KID--I DON;T---NOOOO."

And let's not forget this entire conversation was had in front of her actual brother, too.

Featured image credit: Michael Tran/Getty Images