Brad Paisley has turned 49 but his wife Kimberly has admitted it's "hard to believe he's ever grown up" as she shared a silly picture of the country star.
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In the snap the singer was riding a grocery store coin-operated horse meant for children, rocking his cowboy hat and boots alongside a denim outfit.
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Kimberley could be seen standing next to him with her head in her hands.
"It’s hard to believe he’s even a grown up, but please help me wish @bradpaisley a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! Love you!!" she captioned the post.
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Friends and fans were quick to comment with one sharing: "Happy Birthday @bradpaisley & thank you for sharing YOUR gifts of music & humor with all of us!!"
"Love this and love you both!!! Happy birthday Brad!!!" added another.
Kimberley shared this picture of Brad to celebrate his birthday
Stars Lindsay Elle, Susan Yeagley and Poppy Montgomery all also commented to wish him a happy birthday.
Brad launched his career in 1999 with debut album Who Needs Pictures. He has since released 11 studio albums and a Christmas compilation, and had 19 number one singles on the Billboard country charts.
He and Kimberley met in 2001 after he asked her to star in the music video for I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song), which was inspired by her film Father of the Bride 2.
They wed on March 15, 2003 on the campus of Pepperdine University and welcomed their son Huck, now 14, in 2007 and 12-year-old son Jasper in 2009.
In 2020 they opened The Store
The two are also philanthropic and earlier in 2020 they opened The Store, in partnership with Belmont University, a free referral-based grocery store in Nashville that aims to help people lift themselves out of food insecurity.
"This has been our dream," Kimberly told People magazine in 2021. "People will be able to come and shop with dignity and make choices for their family."
After a year, they had delivered enough free food to make nearly 1.3 million meals.
"Delivering these meals, it really is emotional," Kimberly said. "When you pull up and they're waiting, they're waiting in the door. And I think, 'What would they be doing if we weren't showing up today?'"
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