Besides her husband and two children, Carrie Underwood also spends her free time with her pets.
For one of them, it was a time for celebration, as the singer took to her Instagram Stories to share that one of her pet dogs, Zero, had turned four years old.
She shared an absolutely adorable photo of the black German Shepherd smiling as she wrote: “Birthday boy…today, he’s 4!!!”
The country star loves sharing snippets of her life at her Tennessee ranch home, whether they’re moments with her kids or the produce of her expansive garden.
The time is one Carrie is not taking for granted, as she departs home in less than two weeks to kick off her nationwide Denim & Rhinestones Tour.
Speaking recently with Audacy’s Katie & Company, she talked of the prep that went into their tour and how she was ready to take things up a notch after her Las Vegas residency.
“There’s a lot of things we’re doing that we haven’t done before. I feel like we’re in such a good creative space… I feel like everybody has really just upped their game,” she explained.
“We’ve been rehearsing lately and kind of adding new flavors to songs we’ve been playing for a really long time. Just kind of keeping things fresh and exciting.”
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Carrie’s tour, in support of her latest album of the same name, will feature 43 dates spanning across the United States, starting on 15 October and ending in March 2023.
The first show takes place in Greenville, South Carolina, and will hit up states like Texas, New York, Minnesota, and even her home state of Tennessee, with Jimmie Allen as her support act throughout.