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Joanna and Chips Gaines are real couples goals.
The home renovation star celebrate 16 years of marriage, and Joanna, 41, wrote a sweet message for her husband on the social media. The “Fixer Upper” couple posed in front of their beautiful farm in Waco, Texas, in a photo that she shared on Instagram.
“16 years and it feels like we just started,” wrote the mother-of-five on Friday. “Love you Chip Carter Gaines #16.”
The couple met at Joanna’s father Firestone Tire store. She worked in the for-and Chip, 44 stopped in to get the brakes fixed. “We met in the waiting room, and then immediately,” he told PopSugar.
“At first I could not believe how kind of Chip was — he had kind eyes, and made me laugh a lot,” she told him. “I knew it was him, because I knew that I could trust him.”
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But Chip was not a man at the beginning of their relationship. He wrote in “The Magnolia Story” that he was late to their first date and then not calling his future wife and mother of his children for weeks because he had a bet with one of his friends claim that he could hold it longer.
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“I really wanted that fifty dollars from John! That is the only reason that I didn’t call,” he claimed.
The couple married at Earle-Harrison House in Waco, Texas on May 31, 2003, and now have five children together: Drake, 14, Duke, 13, and Ella, 13, Emmie, 9, and the Crew, 11 months old.
In 2019 is a big year for the Gaines family. They were named as two of Time magazine’s 100 most influential People of the year, and Chip and Jo has announced the launch of their own cable network next summer, replacing Discovery’s DIY Network.
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The yet-to-be-called-channel feature long-form programming centered around topics such as community, home, garden, food, wellness and design.
“It is our aim with this network is to create and manage content that inspires, encourages and helps to build bridges across our communities. We want honest, authentic programming that brings families together,” the couple said.