8 Things You Didn’t Know About Luke Bryan And Caroline Boyer’s Relationship

  
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Luke Bryan and Caroline Boyer are one of the hottest couples in country music! These adorable college sweethearts got married nearly a decade ago on December 8, 2006 and will be celebrating their 10th anniversary in just a few months. Despite being constantly on tour and in the limelight, Luke and Caroline have managed to juggle it all while raising a big family with two kids and an adopted nephew. Aside from Luke’s celebrity status and international fame, they live a relatively normal life out of the public eye. To top it all off, not only are they still married after 10 years, they also have one of the cutest relationships! Here’s a list of 8 things you didn’t know about Luke Bryan and Caroline Boyer’s relationship:

8. How They Met

Luke and Caroline are college sweethearts. They met when they were both students at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. They were at a local bar called Dingus Magee’s in the fall of 1998 when he was a senior and she was a freshman. In an interview with Good Housekeeping, Bryan said he knew the second he saw her that he wanted to be with her. “It was love at first sight with Caroline — those blue eyes of hers. I knew that, no matter what, I was going to make my way over to her.” In a separate interview with The Boot, he said he had to knock back a few drinks before he could work up the courage to talk to her. “I had to drink a lot before I could talk to her, but I did. Somehow I managed to ease over there and somewhat be charming. It was one of those situations for me, it was like, ‘Who is that, and how do I go talk to her? And, yep, I’m going to marry that girl,'” he said.

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7. She Made the First Move

You’d think someone like Luke Bryan who gets up on stage in front of a bunch of screaming fans would have the courage to ask a girl out — but he didn’t! Luke was so smitten with Caroline and stuck in his southern gentleman ways, she was the one who had to make the first move on him. He was confident that she was the one for him, he just didn’t have the confidence or moves to pick her up. In an interview with People magazine, Caroline said: “He was always a gentleman. We hung out as friends first and he never made a move on me. I kissed him first! He was always so scared of making a girl feel uncomfortable, he wouldn’t cross a line,” she said. At least this proves chivalry isn’t dead!

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