Country singer Tyler Farr revealed that he’s a big ‘ol softie in a new interview, opening up about his marriage to new wife Hannah Freeman. Tyler is so enraptured with his wife, that he refused to sign a prenup; he’s only getting married ONE time, and one time only!
Tyler Farr, 32, and Hannah Freeman, 25, married in a gorgeous ceremony on October 10. The country singer, known for his hits “Redneck Crazy” and “A Guy Walks Into A Bar”, said in a new interview after the Nolensville, Tennessee wedding that Hannah’s his one and only, so there was no need to draw up a prenuptial agreement prior to saying their “I do’s.” Why bother figuring out how to divide their assets if they’re never going to split?
“I had several friends suggest [getting a prenup]. In the music business, that’s a standard,” Tyler told People. “But I said, if I need a prenup, I don’t need to be getting married. I’m getting married one time and that’s it. The only way this is going to end is if she leaves me — and if she leaves me, I deserved it.”
How romantic! Some may say that Tyler’s making a mistake by not protecting his wealth before getting married, but it’s sweet that he’s defending his love to Hannah so adamantly. It’s his choice! And of course he’s in a wonderful state of mind after their fairytale wedding. Tyler and Hannah celebrated their special day at the Mint Springs Farm in front of 220 guests, including Tyler’s tour-mate, Brad Paisley, 43.
Brad serenaded the couple with “Today” during their first dance as a surprise, which left them both in tears. Aww! His groomsmen included country heavyweights Jason Aldean, Lee Brice, and Colt Ford. So cool! It was an emotional day for a man who’s seen as a total tough guy.
“I cried at pretty much every part of the wedding,” Tyler told People. “That was the first time probably 98 percent of people in that room have ever seen me cry. They probably had their doubts that I could form teardrops! But they were pretty visible.”
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