Over the weekend one country musician finally married the love of his life. Luke Combs tied the knot with his girlfriend Nicole Hockings and shared some stunning images online.
Taking to Instagram, Combs, 30, announced that he’d married his girlfriend of four years, Hocking, on Saturday. He also shared two adorable photos from their union.
In the first image, the couple hugged joyously with broad smiles on their faces. The second photo showed them laughing together with Hocking’s arm around her husband’s shoulder.
LUKE’S BEST DAY
Combs’ wedding band was visible in the second picture. In the caption of the post, the singing sensations wrote:
“Yesterday was the best day of my life.”
WHERE THEY GOT MARRIED
The newlywed’s got married at their home in southern Florida. Their August 1, 2020, wedding was attended by close family members and friends.
It’s been an overwhelming process, to be honest.
A representative for the country musician stated: "Despite the threat of a hurricane, the couple had a lovely intimate ceremony and will be celebrating with friends and family in the new year.” Hocking wore a marvelous white wedding dress with an off-the-shoulder design.
She also carried a bouquet with green and white flowers. Combs wore a navy blue suit jacket with light-colored pants that looked cream white.
WHEN DID THEY GET ENGAGED
The couple began dating in 2016 before getting engaged in November 2018 during a proposal in Hawaii. The singer’s song, "Beautiful Crazy," is actually written about Hocking.
WHEN THEY BEGAN DATING
When they started dating, Hocking was working in Nashville at BMI. At the time, there "was no publishing deal, no record deal, no booking deal" for Combs.
NO WEDDING PREPARATIONS
In a past interview, he revealed how most people didn’t think their relationship would work. In May 2020, Combs was interviewed at the sixth annual iHeartCountry Festival in Austin where he shared they hadn’t started prepping for the wedding.
NOT BEING HOME MUCH
He also admitted that the process was actually “just a really overwhelming process.”