Chip and Joanna Gaines rose to fame in their HGTV series, Fixer Upper, and have gone on to launch a restaurant empire within their own little town of Waco, Texas.
Joanna's name began trending following she shared a video montage from a visit to Mexico with her husband .
One of the clips from the movie showed the presenter falling backwards into a pool while wearing a gingham bikini.
On June 2nd, 2021, Joanna, 43, posted an Instagram video from a current Mexico escape where she and her husband celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary.
The movie montage included a series of cute selfies, followed with the caption:"18 years. Thankful to be on this adventure with you--happy anniversary @chipgaines [heart emoji]."
One of the clips shows Joanna diving into a swimming pool where she uttered a grisly gingham swimwear before she made a big splash into the pool.
The remainder of Joanna's video contained sightseeing snaps and a romantic dinner with Chip in the shore.
"The love y’all still share after so many years is such an encouragement," wrote one person.
May you have a lot more Happy Years Together!" Said a different one.
Someone else added:"Happy anniversary to one of my favorite couples ever! May the fantastic Lord bless you with a lot more."
The couple are parents to five children, Crew, 3, Emmie Kay, 11, Duke, 12, Ella, 14, and Drake, 16.
Joanna opened up about her workout routine and revealed her exercise goals have changed in the past couple of decades.
At a 2016 Instagram article , she wrote:"When I was in my twenties, working out was something that I did as part of my daily routine. As I think back to my own intentions on exercising afterward - they had been based only on the idea of looking great on the outside - in fact it was probably more of an obsession than a habit at the moment. It was not healthy."
"So from age 27 to now 37 I did not work out bc of the pressure I felt that has been correlated with it. Just until recently has my own mindset completely altered - I've got a fresh idea of what health really means and it begins from the interior. My heart, body and mind need to be strong for the tasks set before me. This new healthy mindset takes the pressure off and makes working out enjoyable and much more practical for this particular season."