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Chip Gaines will still be able to have sex with his wife Joanna Gaines, even after almost 17 years of marriage.
The old “Fixer Upper” star, 45, went on to an impressive length, it is adapted to the needs of his wife and business partner, have a happy Valentine’s Day.
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“Jo, love, love comments! And I am in love with @joannagaines,” Chip Gaines captioned by a photo of a silo with the couple, the Magnolia Market, in Waco, Tx., with a big red heart with an arrow, and pulled it on.
He went on to explain that it was a late-night gesture, it was an attempt to “be a beacon” in his lover’s heart.
“So many of the memories in the book, love the girl, and SO many more to come #ToForever,” he added.
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Joanna Gaines, 41, and later posted a photo of the finished work of love, which was the first letters of their names – C, and ” J ” written on the inside of the heart.
“I love you too @chipgaines #happy valentine’s day,” she says and with subtitles.
This year, the grand gesture was in line with last year, when Chip wrote: “Chip is the heart of Jo” ” in green letters.
“This is love @chipgaines,” In the caption during the period of time in an Instagram post.
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The Fans could not resist the temptation of pouring over-a-Chip Gaines’ a very remarkable letter to his wife, with whom he shares five children.
“Post the most. You guys are the best,” one Instagram follower commented.
“You’re a lucky woman and he is a lucky man,” another person wrote.
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Another fan said: “He’s a keeper.”
Chip and Joanna first met in 2001. The famous couple tied the knot in 2003, we opened the first Building of the Market. She went on to star in hgtv’s “Fixer Upper,” from 2013 to 2018.
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The man and woman decided to step away from the popular series in order to focus on their families and businesses. With their new network, the Building is set to begin on Oct. 4.