In a recent interview, country music singer Luke Bryan opened up about spending his time with his beloved family on their farm in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Luke Bryan, who shares two sons, Thomas and Tatum, with his wife Caroline Boyer, recently chatted with ABC News for "Country Strong 2020: Countdown to the CMA Awards."
When asked about his life on their Nashville farm, the country superstar said the family had fun with their large corn patch. Apparently, he has been enjoying extra family time at home this year.
Luke Bryan at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on February 12, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
"I think these times have made everybody truly reflect on what's truly important," Bryan disclosed to ABC News, "so I think we'll all come out of this understanding."
Amid the current global crisis, Bryan shared that he connects more with Boyer. The loved-up couple exchanged their wedding vows in December 2006. He said he watches a couple of shows with his wife every night, adding:
"I'd never had that really ever in our marriage."
Although he admitted that it was trying at times, Bryan said it was fun. The singer quipped that Boyer is probably excited for him to get on the road a little bit because he was disrupting her flow around the house.
The "One Margarita" singer, who kicked off his music career writing songs for other singers, gave his wife credit for doing the bulk of their children's homeschooling.
Bryan shared that he and Boyer are more in love than ever in the novel coronavirus era.
On October 31, Bryan took to his Instagram handle to share an adorable video of himself and his wife showing off their Halloween costume. The video has amassed more than one million views as of writing.
As shown in the clip, Bryan looks like a giant wedge of cheese. Boyer, on the other hand, wears a mouse onesie complete with oversized ears. They look so cute in their costumes.
Back in July, Bryan said in an interview with "Good Morning America" that if he had to write a song about the pandemic, it would be titled "Ain't Divorced Yet."
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some celebrities broke up with their spouses. During the interview, Bryan shared that he and Boyer are more in love than ever in the novel coronavirus era.
Along with his family, Bryan had gone on a couple of road trips lately. They also visited the singer's nephew, Til, who is studying at the University of Georgia.
The singer is also preparing to perform at the 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony. He will additionally perform on the new season of "American Idol" next year.