Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks have what seems like a storybook romance. While she admits that their relationship isn’t always as picture-perfect as it might seem to outsiders, she does acknowledge that he takes very good care of her, which was evident when she was recently battling COVID-19.
“It’s part of the reason that he’s the love of my life,” Yearwood told Extra. “I’ve known him for almost 30 years, more than 30 years, and he’s never changing. I just thought, ‘Nobody’s this nice.’ I’m not saying he’s perfect. We have our moments, but he takes care of me and I take care of him. He was wonderful.”
This isn’t the first time that Yearwood has publicly praised her husband of 15 years. The Georgia native has been very vocal about her love for her husband, which seems to get stronger over time.
“Our marriage is a great love but also a great friendship,” Yearwood tells Parade. “We laugh a lot and there’s a lot of mutual respect. He is kind of perfect. He’s neater than I am. His closet looks way better than mine. He’s always been respectful. My only pet peeve is that he whistles—all the time. Right now, it’s the theme song from The Dating Game. If I need him to change (literally) his tune, I’ll sing a line of something else and then he’ll be on that. At least I can change the station without him knowing!”
Yearwood recently launched her own line of pet items, the Trisha Yearwood Pet Collection, inspired by her own two rescue dogs, Emmy and Millie.
“They’re such a huge part of my life, so it made sense to do something with a pet line that could focus on rescue, could focus on spaying and neutering, education, adopt don’t shop,” Yearwood shared. “I’m excited about it.”
Yearwood has had plenty to keep her busy during quarantine, including a new cookbook, but is ready to hit the road again as soon as it is safe.
“I think when it does start back up, full force, you’re going to see an appreciation on both sides that you probably have never seen before,” Yearwood said.