Luke Bryan's 73-Year-Old Mother LeClaire Gets COVID-19 Vaccine — See the Photo
Country music star Luke Bryan’s mom, LeClaire, has gotten her COVID-19 vaccine. In a social media update, she urged fans to do the needful regarding health safety.
Luke Bryan’s aged mom, LeClaire, informed fans in her latest Instagram post that she had received the recommended COVID-19 vaccine in a drive-by system.
In the photo the senior citizen shared on her page, LeClaire was photographed sitting in her car with her snakeskin-inspired face mask intact while sporting gold-rimmed glasses.
LeClaire, 73, looked radiant in a black tank top while the medical attendant stretched over from the passenger side, ready to administer the vaccine on her arm. Just like LeClaire, the expert sported a face mask. She wittingly wrote in her caption:
“My old butt just got my COVID-19 vaccination. Yea good luck to you all. God bless everyone.”
Last October, LeClaire made headlines after her music star son gave her a most pleasing surprise.
Presently, there are two variants of vaccines available to the public. The first approved vaccine is from Pfizer-BioNTech. According to the Center for Disease Control, the Pfizer vaccine consists of two shots administered 21 days apart. The second approved vaccine is from Moderna, administered on the arm 28 days apart.
LeClaire often spends time with her son and his family, going to functions and lounging during vacations. Last October, she made headlines after her music star son gave her a most pleasing surprise. While the novel Coronavirus limited parties and social interactions, Bryan took his family to visit his mom in Florida.
The documented clips showed an excited LeClaire sweetly hugging her son and loving every moment of her birthday celebration. On Instagram, her daughter-in-law, Caroline, shared a warming wish and many images of the birthday girl.
LeClaire also gave fans detailed glimpses at how her big day went, sharing alluring photos of her and her son basking in the precious moment of fun the family had.
The star matriarch's home is filled with happiness, and many fans can attest to this, but life was not always sunny. When her son was ready to launch his country music career, a tragedy struck, and Bryan lost his older brother.
The incident put a damper on the “Kill the Lights” singer's aspirations, but with his dad's help, the singer forged ahead and moved to Nashville. These days, Bryan prefers to look on the brighter side of things during hard times.
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