Ree Drummond, husband Ladd go skinny dipping multiple times a week



Ree Drummond, husband Ladd go skinny dipping multiple times a week

That’s one way to keep the spark alive!

“Pioneer Woman” star Ree Drummond and her husband, Ladd Drummond, go skinny dipping in their hot tub multiple times a week.

The Food Network personality — whose youngest of five children left for college in January — revealed the “development in the ol’ Drummond marriage” via her blog on Friday.

Ree, 54, explained that she and Ladd — who have been married since 1996 — originally wanted to build a pool in the backyard of their new home in Oklahoma.

However, they decided a jacuzzi “makes a much smaller footprint, would be easier to take care of, and [their] aching joints would surely need it in the coming months and years.”

The “Pioneer Woman” star said the jacuzzi “became functional toward the end of this summer” and that the couple immediately put it to use. ALEX DRUMMOND
“Because we aren’t swimming pool people, neither of us owns a bathing suit,” she shared. Ree Drummond/Instagram

“Another pro,” she noted. “Now that all the kids are gone from the house, we could have a hope of enjoying a hot tub relatively free of Pringles and pop cans (or other cans!).”

Ree said the hot tub “became functional toward the end of this summer” and that the couple immediately put it to use.


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“The only complication, and I’m sorry if this is too much information, is that because we aren’t swimming pool people, neither of us owns a bathing suit,” she shared.

“So we waited till [sic] dark because I’m shy about my body, traipsed across the yard wrapped in towels, and inched our way into the 103-degree water in our birthday suits.”

Ree and Ladd enjoy “the 103-degree water in [their] birthday suits.” Monica Schipper
The Food Network personality described the experience as “warm, bubbly bliss.” Ree Drummond/Instagram

Ree described the experience as “warm, bubbly bliss” and said the duo has enjoyed it “three to four evenings a week ever since.”

The pair “typically just sit in the heavenly water, stare up at the smog-free sky, talk about [their] hopes, dreams, concerns, and fears…and laugh at the dogs” — Fred, Rusty and Shelby — who “still can not [sic] understand why a) mom and dad are naked, b) mom and dad crawl into a water hole in the ground and stay for 20 minutes, and c) mom and dad are naked.”

Their other dog, Lucy, “spends the whole time pouting on the porch” being “embarrassed and confused.”

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