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I’m so blessed to have somebody to share this life with,” she said. She’s taken in a pet python named boots, a monkey named Bella, and chickens!
“My husband will not let me have any more animals than we do now.
I look across the room and I see this guy, Kyle; I didn’t know who he was or what he did, and we just locked eyes and I went, ‘I gotta know everything about this person,'” said Pickler in an interview with Taste of Country.
“So we ended up sitting with him and his buddies, and we got lost in conversation and everybody else disappeared.
Kyle and Kellie have co-written several tunes together, including "The Woman I Am," which is the title track of her album released in 2013.
They also starred on their own CMT show, , which aired from 2015 to 2017.
Because they are such a great couple, here’s a look at 9 things you probably didn’t know about Kellie Pickler and Kyle Jacobs relationship!
Kellie Pickler met Kyle Jacobs back in 2007 at a bar through their mutual friends, Chris and Amy, who are fellow Nashville songwriters.
We’ve been married four years and together more than seven, but we’re still like newlyweds.” , Pickler shared a hilarious story about her husband, Kyle Jacobs.Kellie wrote on Instagram that she is "blessed" and "grateful" to travel with her hubby."I always look forward to our crazy adventures, and can't wait to explore more of this beautiful life together," she said.He never knows when the bus rolls up at home, I open the bus door, and he’s wondering what critter’s going to crawl off of there now,” she said in an interview with Taste of Country.After several years of dating, Kyle popped the question on June 15, 2010.
He had a blanket with champagne and candles waiting as they walked down the beach. We would’ve gotten married that night had there been a preacher walking by! afterwards, Pickler said: “We were almost finished with the wedding planning — we’d already done the cake and the flowers and all that — and every time we got to the guest list, I was like, ‘Oh my God, I hate half these people,'” she joked.