Loretta Lynn Is Having ‘Fun Christmas Time’ with Her Beautiful Family in New Cozy Photos
The Queen of Country Music, Loretta Lynn is giving her fans a glimpse into her home this Christmas. She posted a series of pictures from the celebrations.
Last month she shared a small glimpse into past Christmases by revealing some old home videos. In the video, Loretta and John Carter Cash sing beside a Christmas tree.
Throughout the videos, fans saw that as expected Lynn spends her time with her loving family. Now, fans were given a sneak peek into how this Christmas unfolded.
The star took to the social media site Instagram to share a series of pictures from the day. In the caption she wrote:
"Fun Christmas times with the family have begun! Merry Christmas everyone. I love y’all! #countrychristmas"
In the pictures, Loretta posed for the camera with various members of her family. She wore a plaid shirt and a happy smile in all the pictures.
"Merry Christmas to you & your family!"
Fans of the singer flooded the picture with love and more than fifteen thousand people liked the post. Many also praised the family.
Many fans took to the comments section to share holiday greetings. Many also took a moment to comment on Lynn and her family. One wrote:
"Oh to have that special love that you have. What I’d give for it. Merry Christmas to you & your family & May God Bless you."
Loretta Lynn married Oliver “Doolittle” Lynn when she was just fifteen years old. While the pair faced their fair share of difficulties they remained together until he passed and had six children together.
Oliver Lynn, best known as Doo or Mooney, was a talent manager in the country music industry. He helped launch Loretta into stardom and helped her develop her talent.
In her autobiography “Still Woman Enough,” Loretta wrote:
"I married Doo when I was but a child, and he was my life from that day on. But as important as my youth and upbringing was, there’s something else that made me stick to Doo. He thought I was something special, more special than anyone else in the world, and never let me forget it. That belief would be hard to shove out the door. Doo was my security, my safety net."