Ree Drummond Poses with Husband Ladd for a 'Pioneer Woman' Magazine Cover
Ree Drummond and her husband, Ladd Drummond, support each other in a power couple magazine cover shoot for “Pioneer Woman Magazine.”
Ree Drummond made history for being the first woman to be accompanied by her husband in the front cover of “Pioneer Woman Magazine’s” fall issue. The TV personality was all in support of Ladd Drummond, as she celebrated her happiness on Instagram.
“Cover Bae,” she captioned the photo alongside a heart.
The sweet magazine cover featured the couple, with Ladd in a cowboy hat, looking at the love of his life.
The photoshoot comes before their 23rd anniversary, which they forgot about last year. However, the Food Network star claims to “make up for our oversight” this time around.
Drummond’s plan involves a tasty, romantic steak dinner with a wedge salad, shoestring fries, and dulce de leche lava cakes to cap of the perfect meal. The recipe, of course, she shares in the magazine.
“I admit it: Our anniversary, September 21, totally passed us by last year,” she shared in ‘The Pioneer Woman Magazine.’ It was our daughter Alex’s ring ceremony at Texas A&M (a big deal for seniors!), and Ladd and I had to fly there and back in one day.”
Among the many things the foodie loves, Ladd is the one who ties them all up. In 2017, Drummond shared their love story to PEOPLE, narrating how they first met at a smoky bar.
“He was just completely different from all the boys I’d been crazy about,” she said. “I don’t mean to make it sound like Mara and Tony in ‘West Side Story,’ but I was just sort of like, ‘Oh boy!’ My knees were weak.”
The couple shares four children, Todd, 15, Bryce, 16, Paige, 19, and Alex, 22. Her daughter, Paige, previously made headlines after getting in trouble with the law for intoxication and possession of alcohol by an underage person.
Paige was caught with a can of beer which she “did lawfully possess and consume a non-intoxicating beverage, containing more than one-half of one percent of alcohol measured by weight, in a public place.”
The “Pioneer Woman’s” daughter paid almost $500 in court for the records to be removed, which the district attorney allowed in May. Drummond hasn’t spoken about the incident since.