Bobby Bones Says He Feels Like He’s ‘Won The Real Lottery’ With Wife, Caitlin

Bobby Bones With Caitlin Estell; Photos Courtesy Bobby Bones on Instagram
Bobby Bones With Caitlin Parker Estell; Photos Courtesy Bobby Bones on Instagram
Bobby Bones With Caitlin Estell; Photos Courtesy Bobby Bones on Instagram

Bobby Bones recently took to social media to share a carousel of photos of him and his wife, Caitlin Parker Estell from their date night at the 56th Annual CMA Awards show on Nov. 9. 

In his caption, Bones gushed about his other half and shared how lucky he feels to have her by his side.

“Somebody won the powerball the other day, but I won the real lottery in @mrscaitlinestell. A little CMA documentation from last night,” he wrote. 

Bobby and Caitlin made an appearance on the red carpet in celebration of his radio show, The Bobby Bones Show, taking home the award in the Daily National Broadcast Personality of the Year category.

The nationally-syndicated radio host donned a stand-out matching set while Caitlin turned heads in her black lace floor-length gown. 

BOBBY BONES, CAITLIN PARKER; Photo Courtesy ABC
BOBBY BONES, CAITLIN PARKER; Photo Courtesy ABC

The couple first met in 2019 through a mutual friend and began dating several weeks later. They enjoyed a long-distance relationship for a few months until March 2020 when Parker relocated from California to Nashville. They got engaged in October of 2020 and tied the knot in July of 2021 at their Middle Tennessee home, according to People

Bobby Bones and Wife, Caitlin; Photo via Instagram
Bobby Bones and Wife, Caitlin; Photo via Instagram

The 56th Annual CMA Awards featured performances from Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Cody Johnson, and Carly Pearce.

The show opened with an all-star tribute to the late Loretta Lynn from Underwood, Reba McEntire and Lambert. 

Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Jon Pardi, and Lainey Wilson joined together to honor the 2022 CMA Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Alan Jackson. 

Additionally, the show included star-studded collaborations from Kelsea Ballerini, Kelly Clarkson and Carly Pearce, HARDY and Lainey Wilson, Elle King with The Black Keys, Brothers featuring The War and Treaty, Thomas Rhett and Katy Perry, Chris Stapleton with Patty Loveless, Zac Brown Band, Jimmie Allen and Marcus King as well as Ashley McBryde with Pillbox Patti, Brandy Clark, Caylee Hammack and John Osborne.

Mookie Betts, BRELAND, Jessica Chastain, Jordan Davis, Sarah Drew, Cole Hauser, Tyler Hubbard, Wynonna Judd, Lady A, Rex Linn, Little Big Town, Parker McCollum, Reba McEntire, Ben and Erin Napier, Jeannie Seely, Michael Shannon, and Lainey Wilson were on hand to present during the ceremony.

Co-hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, the 2022 CMA Awards broadcasted live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and aired on ABC (8:00-11:00 PM/ET). 

The CMA Awards will also be available for viewing on Hulu beginning Thursday, Nov. 10. 

The 56th Annual CMA Awards was a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton served as the Executive Producer, Alan Carter as the Director, and Jon Macks as the Head Writer.