Brad Paisley, an American country music singer and songwriter, and his stunning wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, are two of the most motivating couples in the entertainment world.
Despite being married for 19 years, the couple is still madly in love with each other. Brad has been open about his long-term relationship with Kimberly in recent months and years. One of those occasions occurred on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” in May 2022, only two months after his 19th wedding anniversary.
During a conversation with the show’s presenter and comedian, Ellen DeGeneres, Brad joked that his long-term marriage is like “ten minutes underwater.”
Following his amusing marital description, the country music artist unveiled his one-of-a-kind gift for his wife on their 19th wedding anniversary – a stool shaped like a huge corn. Brad joked when a picture of the stool was projected on a large screen: “Cause nothing says stool like an ear of corn.”
While many people thought the anniversary present was strange, Brad made it clear that Kimberly didn’t mind because she had a great sense of humor. Letting each other laugh is a crucial element of their relationship.
Aside from placing smiles on one other’s faces, the Hollywood personalities enjoy spending time together. The actress expressed in 2021 that she and her hubby had a beautiful custom that they carry out on their wedding anniversary.
Kimberly claims that she and Brad have an unique diary in which they record their greatest moments from the preceding year. She also admitted- their greatest hits. They capture the crucial moments, the finest laughs; it’s an important aspect of their relationship – emphasizing on the laughing and maintaining a sense of play.
Fortunately, Brad and Kimberly’s custom has kept the pair together. Despite the fact that the couple has been together for over two decades, they still fawn about one another on important events.
Kimberly celebrated her 51st birthday on September 14, 2022, and the singer commemorated the moment with a nice message. Brad took to Instagram to share a photo of himself and the actress leaning on one other, beaming from ear to ear.
The Grammy winner wished Kimberly a happy birthday in the post, calling her an “incredible queen” and the “love of his life.”
Brad, without a doubt, enjoys complimenting the “Father of the Bride” star at every chance. However, he was not the one who initiated their connection. Here are the specifics.
Brad and Kimberly’s romance started in 2001, however the former knew about the actress for ten years prior to their first meeting.
Brad, then 19, saw “Father of the Bride” on a date with a local girl in 1991; Kimberly made her film debut in “Father of the Bride.”
Four years later, the film’s sequel was released, and the singer, who was 23 at the time, went to see it. Brad didn’t have a date because the last local lady had abandoned him for his closest buddy.
So the country music legend watched the film by himself, however this time he paid attention to Kimberly, whom he believed was “clever, humorous, and a lovely girl.” Brad required the production of a music video five years later and believed the actress would be ideal.
He called Kimberly, and within a few minutes, one phone call had morphed into many phone calls. Brad finally notified the actress that he was eventually visiting Los Angeles, and Kimberly promptly invited the singer out to dinner, which he gladly accepted.
Shortly after, the couple went on their first date, and they got romantically linked. Brad believed Kimberly was the woman he desired to spend the rest of his life with six months into their relationship.
He proposed to the actress in Los Angeles’ Venice Beach Pier. The pair married nine months later, in March 2003, on the Pepperdine University campus in Malibu, California.
According to reports, the wedding was performed by two pastors from the couple’s churches. Brad and Kimberly appear to have no qualms about their choice to exchange wedding vows nineteen years ago.
The celebrities are the proud parents of 2 kids, William Huckleberry and Jasper Warren. William Huckleberry, named after Mark Twain’s “Huckleberry Finn,” was born in the early hours of February 22, 2007, in Nashville, weighing seven pounds, seven ounces.
Jasper Warren, named after his paternal great-grandfather, joined the family two years later, born April 17, 2009, weighing nine pounds, ten ounces. Brad has been clear about his plans to offer the boys regular life since they arrived.