After acquiring their new house, reality stars Erin and Ben Napier have opted to walk away from the spotlight. The couple has two small children and wishes to live quietly in the countryside in their “dream house.”
Alums of “Home Town,” Ben and Erin Napier met 18 years ago and are celebrating their 14th wedding anniversary this year. Erin shared a picture of her husband and some thoughts about their time together on social media.
On November 15, 2022, the couple dined at Keen’s Steakhouse in New York City. She wrote a lengthy essay in which she stated that they talked about motherhood and wished to make adjustments for the benefit of their children.
“I’ve been sitting across from him at the table for about 18 years. We honeymooned in New York 14 years ago, and today we chatted about parenting and remembered who we were when we first arrived here. It seems so long ago and so far away. But I still like him. And I adore him. “Thankful to still get butterflies,” Erin captioned the photo.
Ben joked in the comments section that he could finally afford steak for supper after more than ten years. Nonetheless, he stated that he would gladly share a slice with his lovely wife and children.
Erin raved over her husband beside a photo of the couple on the porch in September 2018. Ben was photographed on one knee, proposing. His wife said that he had been saving money for years to buy an engagement ring—the craftsman proposed with a diamond band at Square Books.
The couple marked their 12th wedding anniversary in November 2020 with romantic Instagram tributes. Ben said that he and his wife uttered their “I do’s” on the day they married and have continued to do so ever since, adding that they would do it again:
“The only thing I’m truly good at is being Erina’s husband.” “Everything else has to wait.”
At the same time, the mother of his children posted a collage of clips from their wedding video on IGTV to honor their big day. The four-minute film had songs such as “By Your Side” by Blue Mountain and “Lloyd, I’m Ready to Be Heartbroken” by Camera Obscura in the background, and it emphasized the couple’s favorite moments from their wedding day.
Ben and Erin married on November 22, 2008, and they have been madly in love ever since. Every morning, he apparently writes love messages to his wife.
Erin’s 37th birthday was on August 30, 2022, and her husband surprised her with thoughtful “gifts of time.” He had planned an agenda for her birthday week, including the events she would participate in.
A lunch date with her friends, quality time with him and their children, a movie date with her mother, and a lunch date with him were among the events mentioned. Erin, overjoyed, commented on Instagram that while her husband isn’t perfect, “he is perfectly right for me.”
Ben wished Erin a happy birthday on social media in August 2021, along with a series of photographs from their wedding day. He referred to all of her titles during their time together and dubbed her “my favorite cover lady.”
Erin and Ben have reached a point where they must reconsider certain decisions. They are a power couple with various business endeavors and busy schedules.
The two are now parents to two girls, Helen and Mae, and have suggested that they may take a break from their hectic schedules to devote more time to their children. The mother of two stated that she and her husband are having the time of their lives and want to maintain it that way.
The TV stars chose to take a break from recording their reality shows in order to focus on parenting their children. Ben and Erin want their daughters to remain children.
The happy couple purchased a new home after the birth of their second child, Mae, in 2021. Ben and Erin discovered the ideal home for their children to experience regular childhood activities like climbing trees, excavating dirt, fishing, and running through fields.
The adoring father told People that when Mae was born, his downtown Laurel yard suddenly felt smaller. Ben and Erin had no private area in front of their house and had to rely on their backyard.
As a result, they settled on an ancient rural house in Mississippi. The couple first intended to construct a new home from the ground up since they both had unique wish lists, but they quickly realized that it would be more expensive.
The on-screen couple just finished their new home, where they can spend time with their children. It is a 4,000-square-foot Tudor-style mansion built in 1930.
The “Home Town Takeover” stars bought the house in July 2021 and spent nine months remodeling it. Ben stated that the residence will now be their “weekend retreat.”
The property is near the couple’s businesses, Laurel Mercantile and Scotsman General, as well as Helen’s school. The pleased father revealed that his first-born daughter “always wanted to be a rural girl.”