Luke Bryan's Wife Caroline Sends Nephew Til Cheshire off to College –– Inside Her Sweet Tribute
Over the weekend, country musician Luke Bryan and his wife, Caroline, had to say goodbye to a family member who was getting ready to start college. The star’s wife posted a heartbreaking photo where she was seen hugging the teenager.
On Instagram, Caroline shared an adorable image where she was seen hugging her nephew, Til Cheshire, goodbye as prepared to leave for college. The emotion could be felt just by looking at the photo.
WISHING HER SON GOOD LUCK
Caroline also noted how she was still struggling to handle the transition and wished Cheshire “good luck” in college. The teenager is set to begin his freshman year of college at the University of Georgia.
In May 2020, he graduated from High School. Cheshire has been living with the Bryans since he was just 13 years old.
WHAT HAPPENED TO TIL’S PARENTS
His mother was the country musician’s sister, Kelly, who passed away in 2007. The teenager’s father and Luke’s brother-in-law, Ben Lee Cheshire, sadly died in 2015.
Luke and his wife took in Cheshire along with his two older sisters, Jordan and Kris. The singer and the teenager have since built a close relationship which includes them going hunting and fishing.
THE BRYAN’S BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN
Besides their adopted children, Luke and Caroline are also parents to sons Tatum “Tate” Christopher and Thomas “Bo” Boyer. On July 26, 2020, the star’s wife had a lighter post to share with her fans.
TAKING PART IN A CHALLENGE
She uploaded a black-and-white image of herself after accepting a social media challenge. The challenge has morphed in different directions with most people taking part in it as a way to empower other women.
LUKE REACTS TO PHOTO
In the hashtags of her post, Caroline revealed that she was supporting the “#womenempowerment” and “#womensupportingwomen" movement. Luke’s wife received a lot of positive responses to her post including one comment from him.
The singer noted how much he loved the image she’d chosen to use for the viral challenge.