July 21, 2020
Ree Drummond's nephew, Stuart Smith, is dedicated to helping her around her Oklahoma ranch, and she couldn’t be more pleased about it.
Ree Drummond has shown off how happy it makes her whenever her nephew, Stuart Smith, visits her family on their Oklahoma ranch.
Closer Weekly reported that Stuart not only lends a hand on the ranch, but he also does whatever he can for the “Pioneer Woman’s” kids — Todd, Paige, Bryce, and Alex.
Ree has continued to make the best of the experience life throws at her. One such experience would be her decision to move back to Oklahoma, where she was born and raised.
To prove her excitement, Ree took to her Instagram page to brag about her brother, Doug Smith’s son — whom she often refers to as “Tooie.” Alongside a sweet selfie of her and Stuart, the 51-year-old TV personality explained:
“I told him I was going to stop calling him Tooie Booie and start calling him Stuart. It lasted about nine minutes. I love this boy a lot.”
When Stuart isn’t spending time with his cousins — with the group often ending up doing fun stuff like boating— he is acting as Ree’s assistant in the kitchen.
The “Pioneer Woman’s” nephew is also intent on traveling; thus, he has been to a host of cities across the United States, including Miami, Florida, and New York City.
His best attribute, however, might just be his dedication to achieving his goals. His aunt has often gushed about how focused he is on working hard instead of “slacking off.”
Even though the wound might still be fresh, it appears that Ree has come a long way since she lost one of her nephews in 2017. According to a One Country report, the blogger spoke up about the loss when she said:
“We had a very sad, sudden death in my family- my brother’s son. He and Alex were babies together, he went to Colorado on trips with our family in his teen years...”
Despite that sad occurrence, Ree has continued to make the best of the experience life throws at her. One such experience would be her decision to move back to Oklahoma, where she was born and raised. While noting that she was born into a well-to-do family, The List revealed that Ree didn’t think twice before she headed to the University of Southern California.
After that, Ree settled down in Los Angeles, where she believed she would be able to achieve her life goals. Several years down the line, Ree shockingly relocated to Oklahoma, where she has raised her four children.
Her website explained that life on the ranch allowed her children to enjoy horse rides with their father, Ladd Drummond. All four kids have since grown up with the youngest, Todd, winning the hearts of many people as an award-winning wrestler.