Glimpse inside 'Yellowstone' Character Kayce and Monica Dutton's Relationship
"Yellowstone" team's latest social media post had them taking fans through the cherished and challenging moments in TV favorites, Monica and Kayce Dutton's marriage.
While the cast and crew of "Yellowstone" are currently putting in efforts to bring together the fourth season, amid the pandemic, they gave fans something to relish on their official Twitter page.
The latest update has "Yellowstone," rolling a montage of unique heartwarming moments and the dynamics of Monica and Kayce Dutton's amazing marriage.
The duo comes off as the couple meant for each other, but their ups and downs keep fans on adrenaline as they try to hash out their differences. "Kayce" actor Luke Grimes shared in a side video:
"I think it is [Kayce's] dream come true to have his woman by his side out in nature. Living this lifestyle that he loves and is part of his legacy…"
MONICA AND KAYCE'S LOVE LIFE
Monica, played by Kelsey Asbille, is a native American who holds her identity, dear. Her character build revolves around her heritage until she gave birth to her son, Tate.
Talking about what fans should expect from their romance in the next season, the on-screen lovers noted that their sweet moment on vacation came to an end.
The star mom also faced the issue of keeping her son from danger while trying to rekindle hers and Kayce's love as it was in the beginning. Through the couple's hard times, they eventually get to see eye-to-eye again towards the end of the season after rescuing their kidnapped son.
Kayce and his significant other took their son away from the ranch to a more serene location to help him recover from the trauma of being kidnapped. It turned out that their mini-vacation was also good for the couple.
AGAINST ALL ODDS
Talking about what fans should expect from their romance in the next season, the on-screen lovers noted that their sweet moment on vacation came to an end, but other pivotal moments had effects on their love.
Also, fans saw more of Kayce moving away from his comfort zone of being a cowboy and being with the wranglers. He stepped into his role as the Livestock commissioner while his work has him staying behind a desk half the time.
A LOVE RILED WITH OBSTACLES
The "Yellowstone" couple's love can be referred to as something similar to Romeo and Juliet. Just like the Shakespearean classic, Kayce and his wife, Monica, come from two opposite worlds where clashes occur from time to time. With all these going on, their love for each other keeps being tested.