Luke Bryan's wife, Caroline, gave her followers a sneak peek of her life with the country music star as they celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary.
Caroline Boyer (L) and Luke Bryan attend the Chophouse Nashville on November 20, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Getty Images
The slide opened with a snap of the couple laughing heartily, while onboard a moving boat. Others showed them dressed up for Halloween, making goofy faces, and looking at each other with nothing but love, and admiration.
In the accompanying caption, Caroline wished her "Love Bug" a happy anniversary, adding that she's glad he's as weird as she is. The wife of the country music star's followers reacted to the post with a lot of heartfelt comments.
Caroline Boyer and Luke Bryan at the 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards on April 07, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
One comment described the two as an "Epic duo," while others wished them a "Happy anniversary," and more years of marital bliss.
Bryan also shared a tribute to his wife on his Instagram. He wrote alongside a photo of himself and his lady love pumping their fists in the air while standing beside a lake,
"Happy 13th anniversary, my love. I love you. Thanks for putting up with [me]."
The country music couple always celebrates each other on social media. In July, Caroline marked Bryan's 43rd birthday with a sweet post that hinted in the caption that she wouldn't buy him a gift because he already has everything.
At the time, the "All My Friends Say" singer was making about $10,000 a year, and depended on his wife for support.
The parents-of-two met back in '98 at a bar. They dated during their college days at Georgia Southern, after which they went their separate ways for five and a half years.
They later reunited in Statesboro, at a time Bryan was trying to kick start his music career, and the rest became history.
In 2006, the country music star and Caroline had a destination wedding at the Turks and Caicos Islands, after he proposed to the Georgia native in front of the Pantheon, Nashville.
At the time, the "All My Friends Say" singer was making about $10,000 a year, and depended on his wife for support. The two have come a long way since then, and the dad-of-two has a flourishing music career and a hosting gig at "American Idols."
The couple share two sons, Thomas, and Tatum, and parent Bryan's nieces and nephew, Jordan, Kris and Til. The singer shared a family photo during Thanksgiving, writing,
"Happy Thanksgiving from this crazy clan of mine."
In an interview with Country Living, the Nashville resident said that his priority during the holiday season is his family. He added that he ensured that his schedule allowed him to spend Thanksgiving and the rest of the holidays with his family.
Since losing his sister, Kelly, and her husband, Ben, within seven years of each other, and his brother, Chris, back in 2000, Bryan is all about family. Through it all, he had and continues to have the unconditional support, and love of Caroline.