Bobby Bones’ Engagement with Caitlin Parker; “Love of my Life”
The American radio and television host Bobby Bones, 40, cheerfully revealed his engagement!
The Dancing With the Stars winner proposed to the love of his life, Caitlin Parker, with Mat Kearney performing their song “Nothing Left to Lose.” Bobby amazed Caitlin with his proposal in their barn in the backyard.
Caitlin Parker called herself the “luckiest girl in the world” by sharing the news on Instagram, Sunday night.
“I am the luckiest,” Bones posted on Instagram, besides photos from their memorable night. “I waited so long for the right one. And it [paid] off. Surprised her with a secret proposal in the barn in the backyard.”
Bobby Bones Engagement to Caitlin Parker was a surprise!
Caitlin told Bobby that she understood he was the one when they were into a Kearney concert and heard the musician playing “Nothing Left To Lose.” So Bones claimed Kearney to play the song for them outside the barn.
Caitlin Parker posted amazing photos of the proposal on her Instagram account and eagerly wondered at her future with Bobby Bones.
Caitlin explained how excited she is to “get to marry the best man I’ve ever known.”
Bobby Bones and Caitlin Parker have been self-isolating mutually throughout the coronavirus pandemic. In May, he even hosted an at-home graduation ceremony for Parker, who gained a Master’s degree this year.
He shared a photo of the pair, both wearing gowns and caps. “Since she didn’t get her graduation for getting her masters degree, I threw [Parker] surprise graduation,” Bones posted at the time. “With a speech. Diploma, music, Gowns, etc. I’m so proud of her!”
Bobby Bones’ Hard Childhood
Bobby Bones got born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and grown in the Mountain Pine area. He had said his mom got pregnant with him when she was 15, and his dad was 17. His mom was a single parent as his dad was with him until five and later left their family.
Bones rose dreaming of a radio job around the age of 5. His mom passed away at age 46 after battling addiction difficulties. He raised poor and frequently viewed radio as a way of leaving poverty. Bones began his radio occupation at age 17 at the campus station of Henderson State University, KSWH-FM “The Pulse.” He got a B.A. in Radio/Television from Henderson in 2002.