Despite the on and off-cam success Chip and Joanna Gaines are enjoying, nasty rumors concerning their marriage continue to sprout. It seems Chip has finally had enough.
Responding to a fan tweet that aired frustration over the Gaineses’ alleged brewing breakup, Chip mentioned three words. These words likely put an end to all of the divorce talks. “Won’t ever happen..,” responded Chip to the fan. The latter initially posted that she was “so sick of these ‘stories’ claiming @joannagaines and @chippergaines breaking up.”
Chip then added “[Y]ou can take that to the bank!” before calling Joanna as the “#loveOfMyLife.” Pop Sugar reported that the “Fixer Upper” stars have been exposed to breakup rumors in the past. Joanna was even rumored to be leaving their TV show to start a new business endeavor. The report came out to be false.
Meanwhile, Chip shared in an interview with PEOPLE that having a successful marriage requires a lot of work. “Jo and I both made a commitment pretty early on that the two of us are the most important variable,” said Chip. “If we can figure out how to be right as a couple, then obviously we a have a lot better opportunity to be right for our kids,” the realtor added.
For her part, Joanna said that their bond as husband and wife becomes stronger when they are together. “One pretty amazing thing we learned early on was that the more time we spent together, the better our relationship was,” wrote Joanna in their 2016 book, “The Magnolia Story.
She said that unlike other couples who choose to take time away from each other, they are the exact opposite. “We seem to give each other energy,” Joanna wrote.
The Gaineses have much to cherish and celebrate with all the success they have recently achieved. Last month, the couple announced their new venture involving vacation rentals. The two acquired the “Bradshaw estate,” which is an old house built in 1903, and boasted 4,600 square feet of space.
In June, they celebrated the first anniversary of their Silos Baking Co. in Waco. They also refurbished and renamed the old Elite Café into Magnolia Table.