Randy Houser’s Wife Becomes an American Citizen
Randy Houser’s wife and mother of his son, Huck, is officially an American citizen. Tatiana Houser, who hails from Australia,…
Randy Houser and Wife; Photo via Instagram
Randy Houser’s wife and mother of his son, Huck, is officially an American citizen.
Tatiana Houser, who hails from Australia, was sworn in as a U.S. citizen on Thursday (Oct. 17) and her husband marked the occasion with a series of Instagram posts celebrating the accomplishment.
“Feeling Full of pride today,” Houser began in his first Instagram post. “My beautiful Aussie Bride @tatianahouser has been sworn in as an American citizen! Tatiana, you have waited years and gone through the numerous channels and spent many hours studying to Ace the test to call this land home. This is a true accomplishment and I couldn’t be more happy and proud of you baby. I love you very very much!! Great job baby!”
Houser shared photos of Tatiana from the courthouse where she was sworn in and also shared a snap of their son Huck, who was decked out in red, white and blue to celebrate the occasion.
Randy and Tatiana wed in May of 2016 in an outdoor ceremony held just outside of Nashville. They welcomed their first child together, Huckleberry Randolph Houser, in June.
Randy Houser’s latest album, Magnolia, is out now.
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