Ben Napier and his spouse Erin are stars of the hit HGTV show “Home Town” and its spinoff collection “Home Town Takeover.” The couple, who’ve two youngsters, Helen and Mae, started relationship in 2004 and wed 4 years later. Despite being with one another for practically 20 years, the Napiers nonetheless get alongside fairly properly. During an interview on the “At Home With Linda and Drew Scott” podcast, the couple revealed how they’ve managed to maintain their romantic relationship.
Ben & Erin Recently Talked About Their Relationship on the “At Home With Linda and Drew Scott” Podcast
While chatting with Linda and Drew Scott, Erin revealed that she first encountered Ben within the early 2000s at Jones County Junior College, positioned in Ellisville, Mississippi, the place they have been each finding out. She said that she had a “enormous crush on Ben,” who was “the preferred individual on campus.” However, she kept away from approaching him as a result of she was “introverted.” Meanwhile, Ben additionally took a liking to Erin however had some difficultly pursuing her. During the interview, he revealed that after admiring her for fairly a while, he determined to go with her pixie minimize by evaluating her to different ladies with brief hair. Unfortunately, he didn’t understand her pal, who was sitting beside her, had simply gotten her “hair minimize off.”
“I mentioned, ‘you realize, I actually like your coiffure.’ And I mentioned, ‘you realize, a variety of guys assume that ladies ought to have lengthy hair and sometimes I do not like brief hair on a woman, however it seems to be nice on you,'” mentioned Ben.
According to the father-of-two, when Erin identified her pal’s new haircut, he started “fumbling” and advised each the ladies that they “look[ed] ravishing with brief hair.” Erin then revealed that their “subsequent encounter” occurred when Ben was driving on campus and noticed her strolling by herself. He pulled up beside her and realized she was crying. She defined that somebody had stolen her purse from the yearbook room and mentioned that she was advised that he had been round that space, which made him consider that she was accusing him of taking her belongings. After these mishaps, the pair lastly bought collectively when Erin, who was the yearbook design editor, interviewed him for a profile. Erin advised Linda and Drew that “six days” after the interview, they “determined to get married.”
The 35-year-old then said that she and her husband have “actually severely been collectively since that day within the yearbook room.” However, they nonetheless make one another a precedence, which has strengthened their relationship.
Erin defined that she believes “romance lives in actually little issues.” As an instance, she revealed that she tries “to always remember to make [Ben’s] espresso earlier than [she] go[es] to mattress.”
“I arrange the espresso maker. I decide a mug and I attempt to consider what mug would he assume is humorous tomorrow,” mentioned Erin.
She then revealed that her husband “at all times writes [her] a letter within the morning on the nightstand.” Ben chimed in and mentioned he additionally makes positive that there’s a soda of her selection ready for her when she wakes up.
“It’s these little issues that — I imply the massive reveals of affection are enjoyable too however within the final yr … we’ve not been in a position to pull that stuff off,” mentioned Ben.
Erin Shared One of Ben’s Notes on Instagram in April 2021
In April, Erin shared one in all Ben’s notes on Instagram. In the be aware, which was dated April 26, 2021, the 37-year-old wished his spouse a “good morning” and referenced the truth that that they had completed filming “one other season of Home Town.”
“I do not know the way lengthy God needs us to do that, however I’m pleased to be doing it with you. I like you and hope we at all times get to work collectively,” wrote Ben.
In the caption of the submit, which was uploaded on April 26, Erin wrote that “[e]very morning, there is a be aware ready from Big on my nightstand with my morning caffeine and I save all of them.”