Luke Bryan joined his wife Caroline Boyer with some of their close family and friends for a lavish celebration on a yacht for her 40th birthday.
treated his wife, Caroline to the ultimate birthday celebration by whisking her and few of their close family and friends on a luxury yacht, shegushed:
"Definitely not a bad way to turn 40!!! Whew...still recovering!!"
Caroline shared pictures of her birthday celebration on the yacht. The couple, along with their guests, enjoyed lots of water activities on the yacht's pool and also relaxed in it's jacuzzi.
It is reported, Luke met Caroline at bar in Georgia in 1998. He said as soon as he saw he knew it was love at first sight and had to take a few shots of alcohol to approach her.
They met when she was a freshman, and Luke was a senior at Georgia Southern University. Considering they met in a bar it was only natural that Caroline's festivities would be filled with lots of booze.
Her caption, in which she admitted to "still recovering" she proved that after 13 years of marriage, the couple can still party as hard as they did when they first met. But the hangover the next day hit a little bit harder at 40-years-old.
Caroline and Luke and have two children together, Thomas Boyer and Tatum Christopher. They adopted his nephew and two's nieces after they were left orphaned by their parents.
Caroline showed her appreciation for the adult-only weekend and responded to Luke's birthday messages with a heart emoji.
Caroline Boyer comments on her husband Luke Bryan's birthday message to her | Source: instgram.com/lukebryan
"Roses are red, violets are pleasant, you have everything...so you get no present! Happy birthday Love Bug!!! I love you to the moon and back. Here's to another year of completely random, classy pictures. #screamingpines
As one of country music's favorite couples, they have stood by each since the very beginning of Luke's highly successful career.
It is reported, Caroline was the breadwinner at the beginning of his career. More recently, she also showed him her support when she encouraged him to record the hit song "Knockin' Boots."