Luke Combs and his wife Nicole Hocking Combs will soon celebrate their 9-month wedding anniversary on May 1.
In a November interview with RADIO.COM’s Katie & Company, The “Forever After All” singer revealed that there were a lot of tears during their wedding ceremony. “It was heavy, in the best way,” Combs said.
Combs continued to say that his favorite part of the entire occasion was seeing his now wife Nicole for the first time, and he admitted that he had “a pretty solid feeling” that he would end up crying during the wedding. Although, he says that he was caught off guard by how much he cried during the first look at Nicole when she walked down the aisle.
“I didn’t know I was gonna cry that much,” Combs added, “but I did, I did. I was like doubled-over crying guy.”
The superstar also gave some advice to those who are being forced to have a smaller wedding due to the ongoing state of the world.
“Don’t let the small wedding be a bad thing,” Combs explained. “My wedding was gonna be really big, and we had to change venues a week before. We had to cut our guest list by like 70%, and it ended up being so awesome.”
Combs and Nicole tied the knot on August 1 during an intimate beach ceremony in Florida. And despite the threat of Hurricane Isaias, the couple married at their home in Southern Florida, surrounded by family. The Combs’ plan to have a much bigger ceremony with their family and friends later in 2021, according to a rep for the singer.
You can see photos of The Combs’ wedding HERE.
On Wednesday, April 28, the chart-topping hitmaker shared the music video for his latest single “Forever After All.” And as Combs’ explained, the clip “features footage from the best day of my life; the day I got to marry my best friend. I love you, Nicole Hocking.”
Watch the just-released music video below.