Luke Combs And His Wife Live In A Two-Bedroom Home
Luke Combs’s wife took some fan’s questions on her Insta stories this week and revealed that the couple lives in a simple two-bedroom home. When a fan asked about the new baby boy’s nursery, Nicole replied, “We currently live in a two-bedroom, so his nursery will be our room until he moves in with Tex.” She added, “I”m not going to make it too fancy since we will be moving in a few years anyway. I shared a room with my sister growing up, and low-key loved it.”
Later another fan asked why she and Luke live in such a small house, and she replied simply, “We’re basic.”
A fan also asked about the name of the unborn baby boy coming this fall. Nicole wrote, “Guys, we’re seriously having the hardest time. I like one-syllable names because I think they are powerful, but for every name we like, we know someone or someone’s child named that already. I normally don’t care about that, but when it’s a close friend, it’s kind of odd, lol.”
One more fan asked how many kids the Combs’s were planning, and Nicole said, “I would like a small army, but we decided on four max.” She added, “But we also may stop at two; who knows?”
Combs recently played two shows at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium, keeping the crowd on their feet for the entire two-show show. The show featured all of Luke’s big hits. At one point in the show, he told the crowd what his next radio single would be. “So, about a week and a half ago, I guess, I announced that I was going to let you guys decide what my next single was going to be at country radio. And we had a vote. You could vote on ‘Love You Anyway’ or ‘5 Leaf Clover.’ Which one you wanted me to put out on the radio, and it was real close.”
He added before singing the song, “I think it was 51%-49%. So it was neck in neck. But the song we’re about to play you right now is the winner. I got my friend Wes from Flatland Calvary on the fiddle playing for us. So yeah, this is my next single at country radio; it’s called ‘Love You Anyway.’ ”
Luke also revealed at the show that it was the first time his eight-month-old son Tex saw him perform live as his wife Nicole stood side-stage for the performance.