Carrie Underwood celebrated some very special people in her life on Wednesday with a social media post from a girlie getaway.
The American Idol alum shared a glimpse into her beach vacation with her ‘sisters’ and added some dreamy photos – including a bikini pic.
Carrie took to Instagram with several images alongside her sister-in-laws where they were posing on the beach, relaxing with cocktails and painting the town red: “Sisters…not by blood…but sisters nonetheless.
“God truly showed us great favor by putting us all together. These ladies are strong, kind and faithful and I’m so happy I get to do life with them!!! It’s true that you don’t get to choose your family, but if I could, I would choose these exact three women to be my sisters-in-law!”
“From the beach to the tattoo parlor, Destin didn’t know what hit it! I love you ladies!!! #family #blessed #SistersInLaw.”
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Fans loved how “normal” Carrie appeared and commented: “How fun to go away and just be you! Nobody’s mom, daughter, wife, performer….. just you,” and, “I just love how you’re so normal like the rest of us”.
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Another added: “That’s the thing about the South. Celebrities can be themselves and live life and have normalcy. And it’s beautiful to see you living life with your beautiful sister-in-laws.”
Carrie is married for former ice-hockey pro, Mike Fisher, and she recently made a confession about their marriage.
They have been married since 2010 but their romance could have ended very differently had the singer not invited herself to spend a New Year’s Eve with him. “We met in October and then we talked on the phone for a few months before we went out on our first date,” she explained, admitting they “didn’t have a choice” as their busy schedules kept them apart.
“But it was good,” she added. “It laid some foundation just talking on the phone, and neither one of us are talkers – we are very comfortable in silence and I’m comfortable in life with silence.”