The more country music's Lee Brice opens up about his relationship with his fiance, Sara Reeveley, the more fans are getting a glimpse into just how much of a romantic he is. When Lee Brice proposed to his girlfriend last January, he shared that he surprised her with a ring in the midst of an otherwise casual moment.
Though the engagement ring may have been completely unexpected at that time, as it turns out, Sara Reeveley probably already knew what a romantic guy she had found. Via Twitter today, Lee Brice linked to a new article by The Boot, in which he reveals that from his very first encounter with his fiance, he was smitten. A then-18-year-old Lee Brice was with a group of friends who were actually out looking for girls. But it wasn't just any girl that Lee would end up meeting that night; it was his future wife. By the time the night was over, Lee Brice was strumming his guitar and singing to Sara Reeveley on the beach.
Fast forward fourteen years and Lee Brice is planning a wedding with his sweetheart. Though we can assume Sara Reeveley is busy planning the details of a fairytale wedding day, Lee Brice openly admits he is planning the honeymoon. True to his romantic nature, Lee Brice wants to take Sara somewhere that she's never been and says he is searching for the perfect honeymoon destination. Once he pinpoints the perfect spot, he and Sara will take their time and enjoy a full 10-day vacation. After all, country music can wait, but those first days of being husband and wife only come around once.
Lee Brice's current single, I Drive Your Truck, is rolling up the Billboard Country Chart. Meanwhile, his previous single Hard to Love, still in the top 20, is becoming a little harder to believe.
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