'Pioneer Woman' Ree Drummond Shares Never-before-Seen Wedding Photo for 24th Anniversary
Ree Drummond's bond with husband Ladd Drummond is stronger than ever. "The Pioneer Woman" star recently took to social media to celebrate their 24th wedding anniversary.
Renowned television personality Ree Drummond uploaded a throwback photo on Instagram of herself and Ladd Drummond on September 21. She captioned the charming snap:
"I never got around to ordering my wedding photos."
In the never-before-seen wedding picture that already received over 261,000 likes, Drummond is seen donning her wedding gown and holding hands with Ladd, whom she first met at a bar.
Drummond explained in the caption that she recently found the photo because her daughter Alex wanted to see her wedding dress. Drummond and her husband are also doting parents to Paige, Bryce, and Todd.
Drummond first met Ladd at a local dive bar in Oklahoma while out with her friends.
The 51-year-old blogger, who also owns a website where she shares Photoshop tutorials, wrote that her dress had a corset tie in the back with a little bunch of silk flowers at the waist.
Drummond concluded her sweet post with a message to her husband, a fourth-generation member of a leading Osage County cattle ranching family. She wrote:
"Happy anniversary, and thank you for getting me pregnant within a week of this photo being taken."
Drummond first met Ladd at a local dive bar in Oklahoma while out with her friends. She described him as "tall, strong, and mysterious." Ladd asked her out after four months.
They then started dating, which culminated in them exchanging their wedding vows in September 1996. The couple's relationship is stronger than ever since they got married.
Meanwhile, on September 17, Drummond also celebrated her son Bryce's 18th birthday. She shared throwback photos of Bryce on the family's Pawhuska, Oklahoma ranch.
In the caption, Drummond became sentimental as she noted how her son grew up so quickly in front of her eyes. She also gushed over Bryce's dimples.
Drummond and her husband homeschool their children in parts of the summer. She once opened up about her decision to homeschool Alex, Paige, Bryce, and Todd.
She said that although being a long way from town has its advantage, having her youngsters experience as much as three hours on school transport each day did not appear right to her.
Growing up in Oklahoma, Drummond had her sights set on dancing. When she was in sixth grade, the blogger said she had been admitted to the ballet company in their city. She even performed in The Nutcracker.