Carrie Underwood Apologizes to Frog — She’s Already Found Her Prince
The artist held the tiny amphibian in front of her face and took a photo kissing the air behind it, but admitted she couldn’t actually give him a kiss — the role of Prince Charming has already been filled.
The cute photo is a testament to her adoration of her husband, NHL player Mike Fisher, who just finished off a major run toward the Stanley Cup with the Nashville Predators. Though they didn’t take home the Cup, Underwood was there cheering him on every step of the way. She posted a sweet tribute to Fisher on Father’s Day, noting his ability to balance his career in the spotlight with being a true family man — even making time to do the “Hot Dog Dance” with their two-year-old son, Isaiah, before going off to work.
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"You are an incredible example of what a father should be...patient, kind, loving and so much more. You are never afraid to hug and kiss him or be silly with him," she wrote on Instagram.
The couple has said the secret to making sure their marriage is strong regardless of their hectic lives is always putting family first.
"It’s all about being supportive of one another," Underwood says. "He’s my best friend and we love our family, that’s what it’s all about. We sacrifice for each other and compromise for each other and do our best to spend as much time as we possibly have with each other. It’s about putting your family and relationship first."
Underwood has been keeping it low key after getting off the road from her Storyteller Tour, but she’s gearing up to host the CMA Awards with buddy Brad Paisley for the 10th time running this fall. It was recently announced that she will be getting her very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and her home state of Oklahoma is also inducting her into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame later this year.
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