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Reba McEntire’s new man may not be so new after all Instagram/@reba

Reba McEntire’s fans were thrilled to officially meet her new boyfriend, Skeeter Lasuzzo, when they walked the red carpet at the Grammy Awards together Sunday night, Jan. 28. She confirmed their relationship status in an interview with “Entertainment Tonight” and said, “We like to have fun, whether it’s in the mountains or in New York City.”

While the Grammy Awards marked the first time Reba and Skeeter have stepped out together at a major event as a couple, he’s actually been popping up in her Instagram feed for a few weeks now. It makes us wonder: Just how long has this been going on, Reba?

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A stroll through her Instagram account shows Skeeter first popping up in Reba’s Dec. 19 post from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Her caption says, “What a great year this has been! So thankful for fun times!!”

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Later, Reba and Skeeter posed together on a hiking trail in Jackson Hole on Dec. 21. He’d taken her and her friend, Martie, hiking 24 miles over the course of their four-day trip!

The couple spent Christmas Day together, toasting the holiday with Reba’s son, Shelby, and his girlfriend, Marissa Branch.

The fun continued with a New Year’s trip to the beach with Shelby and Marissa and a few more good friends. Reba documented the entire trip, posting photos of breathtaking sunrises over the ocean as well as several shots from their crazy adventures eating progressive dinners and dancing on rooftops!

The fun continued with their New York City Grammy trip, where the couple took in a few Broadway shows.

We know you’ll agree with us that it’s great to see Reba so happy with her new love. We can’t wait to see what’s next for Reba and Skeeter.

We’d also like to see him get an Instagram account of his own soon! It would be a hoot to see Reba’s world through Skeeter’s eyes, wouldn’t it?

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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