Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher have expanded their family – and their two sons appear enamored with the new additions.
The country superstar shared a sweet update from her jaw-dropping Tennessee home on Monday, revealing that her 400-acre farm is now home to three donkeys. What’s more, Carrie and her family will soon welcome another addition as the female donkey is pregnant!
Taking to her Instagram account, Carrie shared several photos of the donkeys roaming around her land, including pictures of her sons, Isaiah, eight, and Jacob, four, sweetly petting the animals in between watching them eat.
“Meet the newest members of the EH-OK Farm Fam! @lindseycardinalemusic brought us a special delivery all the way from Louisiana!!!” Carrie captioned the snaps.
She added: “We’ve got a (pregnant) mama, a daddy and a little dude! In a little bit, 2 of them will go live with some friends down the road, but we promise to have lots of family reunions!!!! #donkeys #NewFamilyMember #FarmLife.”
Carrie’s followers loved the family update, with one responding: “Awee, they’re so cute! Please show us the babies when they’re born!” A second said: “You are full of surprises Mrs Carrie, I’m sure they will love their new home.” A third added: “So so cute!!! Please keep sharing pictures of all your animals, love to see them!”
Carrie’s “new family members” will certainly have plenty of space to roam thanks to her sprawling estate in Franklin.
She and Mike reportedly spent $3 million on the land in 2011, according to Variety, and went on to build their dream home complete with private horse stables, an expansive garden – which Carrie refers to as her “happy place” – and its own lake.
In February, Carrie shared a glimpse at an incredible new addition to her land, revealing she had built her very own greenhouse.
Carrie and Mike’s home features several bedrooms – with the master room having its own walk-in closet complete with floor-to-ceiling wardrobes showcasing endless clothes, shoes, and bags – bathrooms, living rooms, and a basement.
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