Bobby Bones is loving life with his wife, Caitlin, by his side!
The Bobby Bones Show host took to Instagram over the weekend to celebrate his back-to-back comedy shows at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s CMA Theater with a heartfelt post.
“Just checked. I won!! “Luckiest man alive!” . Love you @mrscaitlinestell,” he sweetly wrote alongside a set of photos and videos of the couple.
Caitlin also documented the weekend on Instagram with a post that included 10 snapshots, including a photo of the couple embracing on stage after the show.
Bones’ comedy shows, dubbed No Bad Words — Comedically Inspirational — Nashville Only — World Tour, took place just days after the release of his new children’s book, Stanley The Dog: The First Day of School.
Released on June 14 via HarperCollins Publishers, the book was inspired by his real-life English Bulldog, Stanley. The storyline follows Stanley on his first day of school and reminds readers about the challenges they may have to overcome when trying new things and the value of staying true to yourself.
“My hope through writing this book is that it will serve as a reminder to kids that it’s okay not to fit in with the crowd; your differences are what make you so special,” Bones previously shared.
Proceeds from the sales of Stanley The Dog: The First Day of School will be donated to Wags and Walks Nashville, a rescue non-profit that saves dogs from high-kill shelters and seeks to re-home them with loving families.
Bobby Bones and Caitlin will soon celebrate their first anniversary. The couple tied the knot on July 17, 2021 at their Nashville-area home.
They said “I do” during an intimate ceremony that was attended by artists such as Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, and Chuck Wicks, as well as Dan + Shay, Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox, and Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn, who each performed during the reception.
In addition to his hosting duties on The Bobby Bones Show, the No. 1 country morning show in the U.S., Bobby Bones will soon return to television for his new show, Snake in the Grass, on USA Network.
Bones spent over a month living in Costa Rica filming the show.
“If you took the board game Clue, and smashed it with The Mole, Survivor, and a True Crime podcast… that’s this show,” he recently shared via Instagram.
The official premiere date has yet to be announced.