Rhett posted a series of photos to his Instagram featuring wife Lauren and their daughters, Willa Gray, Ada James, Lennon Love, and Lillie Carolina in various settings, including at home and at an amusement park. The first photo in the series was a shot of just his wife, Lauren sporting a messy bun with a comb stuck in her hair.
“I chose this picture to lead off your happy Mother’s Day post because I think it describes our life to a T right now,” Rhett wrote, adding an 🤣 emoji to the caption. “Honey today is Mother’s Day but it should also be called ‘happy patience day,’ ‘happy how the heck do you do it but you just do day,’ ‘happy most beautiful human alive day,’ I could go on and on,” he added.
“You truly are part angel, part woman. I thank God everyday you chose to spend your life with me. You are the best momma our kids could ever ask for. Having 4 little ones is no joke and you do it with such patience, love and grace. It’s inspiring. I hope that today you feel peace, relaxation and the bliss of a good margarita! I love you so much babe! Happy Mother’s Day to you and to all the mommas out there making it happen. We’d be lost without you,” Rhett concluded, but not before adding a 🙌 to his post.
“She is the best,” fellow country singer Lindsay Ell agreed, adding two heart emojis to her comment.
“Lauren just straight up setting trends for hair,” country singer Ingrid Andress said, ending her comment with a 🙏🏼 emoji.
Rhett and wife Lauren were high school sweethearts who almost wound up marrying different people before Lauren’s dad intervened and the couple re-connected. The pair eventually wed when they were 22.
Rhett and Lauren started their family in 2017 when they adopted their daughter, Willa Gray, from Uganda. The pair also welcomed another daughter, Ada James, in August of the same year. The couple’s two younger daughters, Lennon Love and Lillie Carolina joined their family in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
Rhett recently shared that he and Lauren are taking a break from having more children but hope to adopt again in “four or five years.”