Luke Bryan and his gorgeous wife, Caroline Boyer, are undoubtedly one of the hottest and most devoted couples in country music.
So, it only makes sense, as fans, to want to know just how these two lovebirds have managed to keep their romance alive in the midst of the “Strip It Down” singer’s high-profile lifestyle.
Well — the answer to that question may actually come as one sizzling surprise. And, it may even send you to the ER with a case of the nervous giggles. So, what is it that keeps them connected? “Sex,” Luke dished to E! News correspondent Carissa Culiner during the 10th annual ACM Honors in Nashville, Tennessee.
OK. OK. So, perhaps Luke’s advice may have been sprinkled with a bit of humor. But, we can tell that these two sweethearts still totally have eyes for each other, and it’s absolutely inspiring! But of course, even the strongest couples have their fair share of ups and downs. And, the most difficult part for Luke is being away from Caroline and his adorable sons.
“It’s a tough deal being gone and juggling kids,” says Luke, “Like any marriage, you just have to communicate,and when you’re getting on each other’s nerves you have to talk it out. Going on 10 years, you kind of learn when to tactfully walk away, too. I’ve learned when to shut up.”
He continued, “But it’s fun. We’ve really done our whole marriage under the limelight of all this. We’ve navigated it pretty well, and I’m proud of it. If we were doctors and lawyers, or schoolteachers and firefighters we’d have to sit down and talk it out too. So, we just try to keep it real.”
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While tough times are no doubt a part of any marriage, it appears that Luke and Caroline’s love was on full display at the star-studded event. In fact, the blonde-haired beauty stayed nearby during Luke’s interview. She even flaunted her stunning wedding ring, too!
Luke was on hand to perform during the ACM Honors. With fellow country singer Cole Swindell, Luke honored the late Eddie Rabbit with the 1980 classic, “I Love a Rainy Night.” The 10th annual ACM Honors will air at 9 p.m. ET on Friday, Sept. 9 on CBS.