Carrie Underwood Spends ‘Family Time’ at Walt Disney World With Husband and Kids

by Jacklyn Krol
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Carrie Underwood and her family made the trip down to Florida for some Disney magic.

The family shared photos of Mike and Carrie posing by the legendary castle along with the kids staring at the Dumbo ride. The couple shares 6-year-old Isaiah and 2-year-old Jacob. They also posted a photo of their “grey stuff” plate at the Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom. The resort is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary through next year.

On Wednesday, November 24, Underwood shared the Instagram post.

“Got to spend some much needed family time recently in Orlando,” she wrote. “We rode lots of rides, ate lots of sugar, smiled a million smiles and made a million memories!!! 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!”

Over the years, Carrie Underwood has collaborated with the Disney company in numerous areas. Firstly, she has visited both coast’s theme parks, even when she was pregnant with Jacob. She was on the soundtrack for the film, Enchanted, performing the song, “Ever Ever After.” She also appeared on American Idol which is aired on ABC which is owned by the Walt Disney Company.

Additionally, back in 2018, she received the Hero award at the RadioDisney Music Awards and performed her hit, “The Champion” with Ludacris.

Carrie Underwood and the Holidays

In recent Instagram Stories, Underwood revealed that she has a tradition that dates back to her childhood. While preparing to bake for Thanksgiving, she wrote, “Started the Thanksgiving prep! As a kid, licking the beater was my favorite.”

In an interview with E! News, Carrie Underwood spoke about the season and what her favorite memories are.

“I think there’s a lot of things about the holiday season that bring joy but right now, my children, watching them experience some of these things for the first time is really special,” she shared. “Getting to play in the snow, getting to build a snowman, Santa, just getting to watch them feel the magic about Christmas is something that’s really special.” 

Underwood noted that the holidays can feel like the opposite of joy. She has one trick when it all becomes a bit overwhelming.

“I feel like we all grow up and sometimes the holidays can be stressful,” she added. “But when you look at it through their eyes, it’s just beautiful.”

Underwood is set to perform at CMA’s Country Christmas ABC special later this year.

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