Thursday, July 18, 2024

    American Singer, Carrie Underwood And Her Husband Mike Fisher Celebrate 13th Wedding Anniversary

    Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary on July 10 and the couple have come a long way since they exchanged vows in Georgia.

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    The country music singer, 40, and the former pro ice hockey player, 43, now share a jaw-dropping 400-acre farm in Franklin, Tennessee, where they live with their two sons, Isaiah, eight, and Jacob, four, and Carrie loves nothing more than being at home with her family.

    Read also: Maks Chmerkovskiy And Peta Murgatroyd Celebrate 6th Wedding Anniversary

    The Ghost Story singer was 27 when she and Mike tied the knot at the Ritz-Carlton Reynolds Plantation, a former hunting plantation turned five-star resort in Greensboro, Georgia, boasting three pools, five championship golf courses, a rustic barn and views over Lake Oconee.

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    The couple hired the resort for the whole weekend and their lavish wedding celebrations reportedly cost them a whopping $500,000 – and it’s clear no expense was spared to make sure they had an unforgettable day.

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    Carrie said that she knew early on that Mike was the right man for her, telling People: “I feel like he is the person I was meant to be with. I had dated guys and kind of knew, like, ‘No’.

    “Nothing was ever really wrong, but nothing was really right either. With him, it was like a good partnership. It was an easy relationship to be in.”

    Following their wedding, Carrie and Mike shared a statement, which read: “We could not feel more blessed to have found each other and to have shared this day with our friends and family that mean so much to us.”

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