'Home Town' Hosts Ben and Erin Napier Are a Couple — inside Their Relationship
"Home Town" is a hit TV series starring husband and wife team, Ben and Erin Napier. Let's take a look at the couple's wonderful romantic tale.
Erin and Ben both attended Jones County Junior College, where they met for the first time. The pair had seen each other around campus.
However, it was not until a photoshoot for the yearbook that they really were brought together, and soon they began dating.
Ben proposed to Erin in 2007 at a bookstore. They exchanged their wedding vows the following year. To honor their engagement, Ben keeps on making Erin different books each year for their commemoration.
As for their career on television, that is all thanks to social media. In 2014, Southern Weddings shared the craftsman cottage that the Napiers had reestablished, which Erin had appreciated since childhood.
Meanwhile, Lindsey Weidhorn, an HGTV exec, adored what she saw, so she began following Erin on Instagram. Weidhorn loved all of the pictures that Erin uploaded from around Laurel, as well.
Weidhorn then approached Erin and Ben about a home improvement show. The couple originally decided to reject it.
However, they eventually loved having the option to promote the art of remodeling and reestablishing historic residences in their town. The series turned into an instant hit when it debuted in 2016.
They would assist them with choosing and remodeling old homes to their previous greatness.
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They may be the acclaimed hosts of "Home Town," yet Erin and Ben Napier would never call themselves stars. Ben is a skilled woodworker and Erin is an artist.
On the series, the pair welcome newcomers to their town. They would assist them with choosing and remodeling old homes to their previous greatness.
"We see people falling in love with old houses that have been forgotten for so long," Erin told CountryLiving.com, "and then you see the way one family saving this one house makes a huge difference in a small town that's struggling.''
Erin added that each episode has so much heart because it is not only about house design, it is about making families finding their forever home.
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So that’s it for season 4. We ended with two of our most special episodes ever with the @birddogcafe where my grandmother once lived and Mr. Gary’s path to homeownership. I hope they made you smile. We’ve gotten so many messages and letters from you saying #HGTVHomeTown has helped you feel less alone through the quarantine, that it’s been a respite in troubling times. Thank you for watching and making us feel less alone, too. We’re so grateful. In a week we begin filming season 5, and I already know it’s going to be another special year. (photos by @brookedavisphoto)
Meanwhile, according to Ben, "Home Town" is "about the rebirth of small-town America and the community that you [find] in a small town."
Ben and Erin, who share 2-year-old daughter, Helen, have been social distancing at home in Laurel, Mississippi, all through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The twosome spend most of their time hanging out with their close family and doing heaps of cooking.
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