Carrie Underwood marked a magical milestone with her young family recently and she couldn't wait to eagerly share photos with fans.
The country music songstress is a proud mom to Isaiah, six, and Jacob, two, but rarely shares photos publicly of her adorable offspring.
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So when she took to Instagram with some snapshots from a recent vacation to Disney World, her followers were delighted.
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However, Carrie also raised a lot of questions by opening her family album as fans bombarded her with queries.
The images showed Carrie and her husband, Mike Fisher, at the theme park and her sons, along with their cousins were also soaking up the atmosphere.
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She captioned the post: "Got to spend some much needed family time recently in Orlando!!! We rode lots of rides, ate lots of sugar, smiled a million smiles and made a million memories!!!
Carrie, Mike and their boys enjoyed a vacation to Disney World
"These years, with our boys, we'll never get back…to see the wonder and excitement on their faces is priceless! We already can't wait to go back! Thanks, @waltdisneyworld for existing."
Her fans said they loved the insight into their lives and many said they had been visiting at the same time too.
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But Carrie's followers also had questions. "Do people leave you alone when you are out at a big place like that?" asked one fan, while others instantly said they were wondering the same thing.
Carrie and Mike have two sons
Some weighed in with their thoughts and said they presumed Carrie and Mike had a "posse of bodyguards," and more discussed whether they had flown under the radar because they were wearing masks.
But one fan saw them at Disney World and cleared up the line of questioning.
"She had a guide with her, we walked right past them by Big Thunder Mountain. In a very public space," they wrote.
A second confirmed the information and added: "They were VIP guests so they didn't have to stand in line. Hence why they got to ride so many rides."
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