Chip Gaines shares a sweet throwback photo of the 4 kids during 'Fixer Upper' finale

Rebelander Basilan
Apr 05, 2018
03:57 P.M.
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This couple has spent the past decade transforming rundown properties into beautiful houses.


On April 3, 2018, Chip and Joanna Gaines bid farewell to their popular HGTV show, Fixer Upper, after five seasons. The first episode of the show aired on May 23, 2013.

The couple's offsprings, Drake, 12, Duke, 9, Ella, 11, and Emmie Kay, 7, have grown up on the successful home-rehab show. They once helped their father swing a hammer on a screen while renovating a new home, as reported by Pop Culture.

Chip shared a throwback photo of the four children on his personal social media account. He captioned the sweet snap: 'We take #Demoday seriously in this family. I love my crew! #FixerUpper.'


In the image, Drake, Duke, Ella, and Emmie Kay are seen standing in age order, showing off their handiwork in the form of a punctured drywall section. Each hole is marked with their names.

“As if this demo day couldn’t get any better, Jo’s decided to drop the kids off after school to do a little demo with their old man," The Capital Gaines author told the viewers during the Fixer Upper finale.

In January 2018, Chip and Joanna, who tied the knot on May 31, 2003, revealed that they are expecting their fifth child, a son.


Joanna wrote a letter for Fixer Upper fans on her website, sharing her final goodbye. She said that she would have laughed if the fans would have told her to end the show pregnant.

The home improvement star added that the excitement of her four children for their new sibling was the 'best thing about all of this.' She continued that none of her first four babies actually remember her being pregnant.

The mother-to-be revealed that she's having fun with her pregnancy because she loves to eat and taking naps this time around. She believed that the baby is 'a gift from God' for their family.

Joanna concluded that 'the entire Fixer Upper opportunity as a whole, life has a way of surprising us.'