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Luke Bryan’s wife, Caroline, opens up about a project that’s close to her heart Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

For all of his career success, Luke Bryan and his wife, Caroline, have endured tragedy in their lives as well. But even through times of sorrow, the couple has found ways to stay strong.

Just last year, fans learned of the untimely passing of Sadie Brett, who was the infant niece of Luke and Caroline, and the daughter of Caroline’s brother, Bo Boyer, and his wife, Ellen. Sadie died on Feb. 21, 2017 from a congenital heart defect. She was only seven months old.

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After finding out the devastating news, Caroline decided to honor the late child’s memory with a precious gift. The blonde beauty “hijacked” one of the old barns on their Nashville-area property, re-named it “Brett’s Barn” and began stocking it with farm animals in need of a home. The property now houses many rescued animals, including a beautiful white pony that Caroline promised Sadie when she was just a month old.

Now, Caroline has turned to social media to share a new update about the project that continues to remain so close to her heart. On Jan. 29, the loving aunt took to Instagram to introduce two new additions to Brett’s Barn …

“Pekka and Mister! Arrived to Brett’s Barn this past December,” she captioned a photo of the two adorable alpacas, who seem to be settling into their new home quite nicely. “Mister likes hugs and Pekka wants to be in everyone’s conversation. Right up in your face! #brettsbarn #brightforbrett.”

Caroline also added an entire photo album of the other cute farm friends who roam around on the property, including miniature horses Bumble Bryan and Kilo, goats like Goober Goldsby, a pig named Jimmy Dean, donkeys, chickens and more. Not pictured are the two cute, but controversial kangaroos that Luke got his wife for Christmas.

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“Two feet move our body. Four feet move our soul. Brett’s Barn. We love this place and all our animals @brightforbrett,” Caroline captioned the eight-page album, which you can flip through above.

We love this place, too!

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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