Chip Gaines And His Rock-Solid Married Life Having A Wobbly Experience? Husband Wife To Get A Divorce?
Everybody wishes for a perfect relationship. But the relationship does not come alone. It brings various ups and downs with it. Even the couple, everybody claims to be precise, have their share of ups and downs as well.
The same goes for the "Fixer Upper" couple, Chip and Joanna Gaines, whose reports showed that their relationship might not be the same as before. But despite the trouble, the couple stayed strong, and now they share a family of six with the addition of their youngest one onto the family.
Rocky Married Life With Wife, Amends Made Before Divorce
Having patched numerous hoses in their professional career, it's time they focus on mending their relationship as reports suggest that things have hit a rough patch in their relationship. In a shocking interview, the pair revealed that their bond is being tested, and the flow is not as per their wish. According to Joanna,
“If you give Chip a boundary, he’s going break that boundary. If you give him a rule, he’s not going to follow it. If you tell him he can’t go past this line, he dips his toe over it.”
That made it visible that their relationship is not so healthy these days, and it is clear they are more focused on mending their wobbly bond rather than their professional sector of life. It seemed their marital life was headed towards a divorce, but they claimed to be working on amending the issues that arose in their relationship.
Joanna Gaines' Instagram post showed that she and Chip are together in an all-new episode of Fixer Upper, and that indicates that the pair might be making amends with the weak links in their bond, which is a good sign for those who admire their couple.
Family Of Seven With Lover Of Years
Chip got married to his wife Joanna Gaines in 2003 and shared five adorable kids, welcoming the youngest one. They are the proud parents of Drake,14, Ella Rose, 13, Duke, 11, Emmie, 9, and the youngest one, Crew,1.
Chip and Joanne were expecting their youngest one after eight years since Joanne gave birth to Emmie. The pregnancy came right after the couple decided to end their HGTV show Fixer Upper so that they could focus on their family more.
In 17 years, they have made a great pairing together, both in the personal and professional aspects of life.
Chip and Joanna got married in 2003 with a private ceremony for dear friends and family (Photo: qpolitical.com)
Despite the fact that both were graduating from Baylor University, they first met after their graduation in 2001, when Chip visited Joanna's father's workshop to repair his car's brakes. Joanna remembers that day as,
“We met in the waiting area and hit it off immediately. He was genuinely engaging and he had such a sincere smile.”
However, Chip claims to have seen her even before their first meeting, in a photograph behind the counter of Joanna's father automotive shop.
“Her dad made the mistake of putting a pic of their family [including ‘Jojo’] behind the counter at his [automotive] shop. I knew I’d marry her one day just by the picture on the wall.”
The beautiful family of Chip and Joanna with their kids (Photo: qpolitical.com)
The match “not made in heaven” and the polar opposite, however, has had quite the journey in their marital life. The couple shared their love journey in the video.
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Not only that, their love for each other has catapulted them to become great parents and great human beings in general as well. As of June 2019, the relationship goals couple took and stepped back to appreciate their 16th marriage anniversary and look back at their ever-growing love for each other.
In a very causal but sweet manner, the two exchanged posts about each other in their respective social media handles. Along with that, the couple looks deeply in love with each other, like the day that they first met. Besides, the lovers are also responsible parents to their five children.
The two even stopped their shows to raise their children. On the day of newsstands Friday in November 2019, The couple talked about what they do to raise their children with kindness instill into them. They observe how their kids behave to their neighbors, friends, and each other and try to make them as kind as possible.
Similarly, the two-run a kindness campaign of their own and are continually giving back to their society.
More About Chip
Chip Gaines (which also is his real name) is the co-owner and co-founder of Magnolia Homes. Both Chip and Joanna have successfully remodeled hundreds of homes in the Waco-area.
Having had the support of his real-life partner, he has been involved in several remodeling projects and runs a TV show. His hard work served him well, and he has successfully accumulated a whopping net worth of $1.5 million.
Interestingly, Chip and his wife have a combined net worth of $10 million. It shouldn’t come as a surprise as the pair used to charge $30,000 per episode for their hit show Fixer Upper.
After the show’s conclusion, the couple focused their energy on other ventures. They have a brand Magnolia Brand under which they run various businesses. On the list of their businesses are Magnolia Homes and Magnolia Silos. The former is the renovation business, while the latter is a market. The market consist of a bakery, a garden, and a garden shop.
Furthermore, they also have a real estate business Magnolia Reality. It helps people find homes in six areas around Texas. Chip and his family are grateful for the fortune and successful companies. Thus, they don't hesitate to give back to the community.
In fact, they helped organize church service at their home, for the group whose church had come under bridge construction in Texas.