It was reported on Sunday that Kid Rock and Loretta Lynn got married in a secret wedding. The duo humorously fled away during Ernest’s (Lynn’s son) vow renewals. Lynn, 88, also shared some pictures from her wedding with Rock, 49.
What was mentioned in Lynn’s post?
Lynn was sitting down on a chair while Rock was on his one knee. In the picture, he is seen placing a ring on her finger. Rock was wearing white altogether. Lynn was wearing a white top and black pants along with her wedding veil. “What a weekend!”, the Instagram post was captioned. She further added,
“My Ernie & Crystal renewed their vows this weekend. It was beautiful and everything it should be. Marriage isn’t always easy — heck it’s not even always pretty, but love holds you together, and you push through the bad days to enjoy the good ones. I’m so proud of them and wish them years of happiness.”
Lynn then tagged the photos with Rock and wrote, “My boy @kidrock was there, and we’ve always teased about getting ourselves married.” She jokingly added, “Well, the preacher was already there, so we had some fun with it. Sorry girls, he’s taken now!” this to her post.
How fans reacted after the wedding post?
This made their fans go nuts as they couldn’t figure out if it was a joke or a marriage in disguise. For instance, one follower comment read, “😆😆😆Not fair!!.. Lucky Kid.💖”. Another user said that Rock was too good for the lady. There were congratulatory comments too. Rock’s pink cheeks were noted by many. The fans wrote that he was blushing with happiness.
Why did the duo fake it?
However, on Monday, Lynn clarified that it wasn’t an actual wedding. Lynn’s grand-daughter commented that it was a fun weekend for her. She felt delighted by helping her father and stepmom. She further added that Lynn and Rock enjoy each other’s company and often joke all day long about getting married. So, ultimately they decided to give it a try. The preacher was told to announce that they will take vows. They were just having fun. After that, they sang and laughed together.
Certainly, the wedding was a joke.