Luke Bryan's wife shares hilarious photos of kids before hunting trip

Posted at 6:30 PM, Oct 20, 2017

Country music singer Luke Bryan wasn't just catering to his audience with his hit song, "Huntin', Fishin' And Lovin' Every Day". 

The 2017 nominee for CMA Entertainer of the Year has shared time and time again that hunting and fishing are a large part of his life and he loves getting time in the outdoors when he is offstage.

His wife, Caroline Bryan, shared a photo on Instagram this week showing that love of the outdoors extends to their kids as well. 7-year-old Tate appears to be all grins in the photo where he joins mom with his face painted for a hunting trip.

She shares in the comments though that the grin didn't stick around once Tate saw his hunting paint resembled something a little less fierce than he had hoped. 

"I did it again. Another kid mad at me during a hunting trip," Caroline Bryan wrote on Instagram, "Poor Tate wanted me to paint his face for hunting...he didn’t realize I put a cat nose and whiskers on him until we took a selfie."


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She joked in the comments that he wouldn't talk to her for several hours and she can be heard in another video on her Instagram begging him not to wipe it off.

It is a busy time of year in the Bryan household. Luke was just announced as a judge on the upcoming season of "American Idol". 

In addition to his CMA Award nomination, he also has a new album titled "What Makes You Country" slated for release in December.