The Pioneer Woman Just Made An Emotional Confession About Her Marriage

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The Pioneer Woman just shared an emotional confession about her marriage with all of her followers. I had no idea!

The Pioneer Woman is an award-winning American blogger who has won over the hearts of millions. She is a New York Times bestselling author,  food writer, photographer and television personality. The legend lives on a working ranch outside of Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

She isn’t just any average blogger or personality either. In February 2010, she was listed as No. 22 on Forbes‘ Top 25 Web Celebrities. The Pioneer Woman, documents Drummond’s daily life as a ranch wife and mother.


She recently opened up about her relationship with her husband known as “Marlboro Man” in an interview with PEOPLE. She shared that they were immediately attracted to each other when they met.

“He was just completely different than all the boys I’d been crazy about,” she told People in this week’s Food Faves issue. “I don’t mean to make it sound like Maria and Tony in West Side Story, but I was just sort of like ‘Oh boy!’ My knees were weak.”

After only a year and a half the couple was engaged and ready for forever. Now they are happy with four kids Alex, 20, Paige, 18, Bryce,15, and Todd, 13.

The couple recently shared their anniversary together, and Ree posted an emotional update on her Instagram. She told people that even if they have a little argument, they are always going to sleep touching each others feet.

It’s their little way of knowing that everything is going to be okay!

“We always touch feet at night,” Ree told “Even if one of us is a little bit miffed, or if someone’s not feeling it, if our feet touch, I always know, ‘Okay, it’s all good.'”

Eee continued to share that they have a very strong relationship with God. Furthermore, they are always going to church on Sunday together, no mater what happens. It’s something they really believe in and love.

“This isn’t the answer for everybody, but we go to church together every Sunday,” she told People. “It’s something that we do no matter what comes up. No matter how tired we are. I’ve seen the times that we’ve slipped away from that, and disaster is lurking in the bushes.”

This is beautiful! I love these two!!!

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