Carrie Underwood, who took home the award for "Best Roots Gospel Album" during the 2022 Grammys on Sunday, shared on Instagram that his dog named Ace died on the same day.

The 39-year-old singer shared a series of photos featuring Ace. The first slide had a solo photo of the dog while the second one showed the singer kissing the pet. In the next two photos, Ace can be seen around Christmas decorations and sitting on the bed.

"Last night my sweet Ace left this world," Underwood captioned the post. "He will forever live on in our hearts and be forever missed. He was there for me when I was on my own trying to figure out life when it was at its craziest!"

Underwood went on to share that this dog accompanied her when she changed houses, went on six tours, and had two kids.

"He was with me through 3 houses, 6 tours and 2 kids," she added. "Always ready to snuggle and play…through all the highs and lows. He was a true friend and a good boy till the very end. I love you, sweet Ace…see you on the other side."

Fans shared their condolences in the comments section, with some noting how pets become an integral part of the family.

"Oh no!!! I’m so sorry Carrie. Dogs are 100% members of the family and it is so hard saying goodbye. Sending you love," one fan wrote while another commented, "They are our first children. Prayers for you and your family!"

Regarding her win at the Grammys, Underwood shared a photo featuring herself holding the award at the event. "I WON A GRAMMY!!!!!" she captioned the post. "I love this album ( #MySavior ) so much and I truly believe it is the most important album I have ever made! Thanks to all who supported!"

"I am eternally grateful! Glory to God! AND I got to sing #GhostStory for the first time on the @recordingacademy stage! What a night," she added.

On the personal front, the singer is married to former professional ice hockey player Mike Fisher since 2010. The couple share two kids: Isaiah Michael, 7, and Jacob Bryan, 3.

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Carrie Underwood has shown off her completely healed up face on social media. Pictured: The Grammy-winning singer visiting “The Highway” at SiriusXM Nashville Studios at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee on April 19, 2018. Getty Images/Jason Kempin