Meghan McCain Rides Horses with Her Husband Ben Domenech in Wyoming
The ABC host enjoyed a casual outing riding a horse at the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming alongside her husband, Ben Domenech.
Looks like Meghan McCain and Ben Domenech enjoyed some quality time together. The couple enjoyed a fun getaway to Grand Teton National Park where they went horse riding. McCain shared a series of photos from their fun trip on Instagram.
In the caption to the post, McCain wrote, "Wyoming," and added, "us." She also used the hashtag, "God's Country" to describe Wyoming.
"COWBOY AND COWGIRL"
Both McCain and Domenech look like proper cowboys in the series of images posted on her social media.
McCain looks stunning in her black t-shirt and white cowboy hat while Domenech rocks his blue shirt, jeans, and a dark cowboy hat.
Fans' comment on Meghan McCain's post. | Source: Instagram/meghanmccain
Many of her fans and followers were quick to praise her about her snapshot. Even her co-host on ABC's "The View" took time to comment "You both belong here!"
Another fan, whose Instagram name is "downtown_shopgirl," praised McCain for her role in "The View" and expressed that the show wouldn't be what it is today without her presence.
"Hi Megan I watched the view, I am a Democrat but I love you you're great person you're a lot like your dad, the view wouldn't be the view without you."
McCain, who is the daughter of former Arizona Republican Senator, late John McCain, is also a famous author, columnist, blogger, and a regular co-host on "The View" since 2017.
A few months back, she opened up about how she is still in pain after her father's death and recalled a recent incident when she tried to dial his cell phone.
MEGHAN'S MULTI-TALENTED HUSBAND
She is married to Domenech since November 21, 2017, after getting engaged just a few months prior in July that same year.
Like McCain, Domenech is also a conservative TV commentator. He is also a writer, editor, and blogger.
Domenech is most famous for his political opinions voiced in the online magazine "The Federalist," which he also founded. He has also co-founded another political blog, "Red State."