Do Chip & Joanna Gaines Ever Need A Break From Each Other? The Couple Says....

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Fixer Upper couple Chip and Joanna Gaines prove that they're anything but a work in progress. After nailing marriage (the couple recently celebrated their 18-year anniversary on May 31) and building the highly-anticipated Discovery+  platform Magnolia Network, premiering July 15, the Gaines' are proof that soulmates exist.

The Waco, Texas-based parents of five exclusively revealed to E! News' Daily Pop co-host Erin Lim on July 12 that their success has been "quite the journey," as Chip joked. 

"God help us all," Joanna said with a laugh as Chip teased her with his long-grown hair. Yet, the couple who are admittedly together "24/7" shockingly never need alone time. Well, at least Chip doesn't. 

"I need zero breaks from Jo," he gushed. "And Jo's like, 'Just take a little break, just a couple of days apart for a girls' trip.'" 

As Joanna discussed, their Magnolia Network is arriving on the streaming platform at a special time. "I think what I'm most excited about is it's landing in a time and space where people are needing to feel that encouragement, that hope and inspiration," she mused. 

Of course, fans are especially looking forward to the reboot of Fixer Upper, which has similarly been updated to reflect the times. "There's a few things that are different," Joanna admitted. "We are really just adamant that this had to work with our schedules."

Also, the Gaines work with couples onscreen that own their own homes as opposed to having a real estate element like the previous iteration of the hit renovation series.

Off screen, the Gaines' number one priority remains their "beautiful family" and unwinding on their farm. 

"Anytime we go home, anytime we're with our kids, what Chip and Jo crave is just simple, normal life," Joanna spoke in third person. "When we get home, it's just about connecting with our children."

Even mundane chores like doing the laundry, gardening or feeding the animals "actually bring us life," she continued. 

As Chip concluded, "The house charges our batteries...When we step outside the door, we feel like we can take on the world." 

Watch the sweet interview above for more Magnolia details!

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Chip and Joanna Gaines are stronger than ever.

The Magnolia brand owners have been married for just over 18 years and are looking back after hitting the major milestone, revealing they’ve never considered calling it quits.

"One thing that I would say is our superpower is that Jo and I are not quitters," Chip, 46, recently told Access Hollywood. "Throwing in the towel is not something honestly that ever even comes to mind."

He said that "early" in their relationship, they mutually felt that "divorce or leaving one another is not really an option for us."

"Somehow that little foundation has definitely served us well because, things have definitely been challenging – we’re not perfect and we have issues and trials and errors just like anybody," the star continued. "But I would say it’s funny when you say ‘throwing in the towel,’ in fairness, I would admit if we had considered it along the way."

Chip ensured fans that he and Joanna, 43, are "in it forever."

The former HGTV star admitted that during a "real estate crisis" from 2006-2010, he and Joanna "had multiple opportunities to quit and throw in the towel" but that it wasn’t in their "DNA."

These days, they feel that "you can’t ever lose if you don’t quit."

"Jo and I show up every day and sometimes it’s right and sometimes it’s not, but we keep putting one foot in front of the other," he concluded.

Joanna also spilled on turning down an upgraded engagement ring Chip offered her some time after he originally popped the question. The star said that to her, the original ring represents "a guy working his butt off so I could get this ring."

"I don’t even remember what year it was, he said ‘I want to upgrade your diamond to something that’s almost flawless, this perfect diamond. That can be our beautiful anniversary … story," she recalled. "And I said, ‘Don’t touch my diamond.’"

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Chip and Joanna Gaines Reveal If Divorce Is an 'Option' After 18 Years

Closer Weekly 12 July, 2021 - 05:05pm

After 18 years of marriage, five children, a new TV network and home decor and design empire, Chip and Joanna Gaines have done it all side by side. They’re now revealing if there was a point where all of that hard work and stress ever caused them to consider divorce.

“Our superpower is that Jo and I are not quitters. Throwing in the towel is not something that honestly ever even comes to mind, and I would say that happened pretty early on in our relationship,” Chip, 46, told Access Hollywood in a July 12 joint interview with his 43-year-old wife.

“We just thought that it’s interesting that divorce or leaving one another is not really an option for us. So somehow that little foundation has served us well,” Chip explained.

“Things have definitely been challenging. We’re not perfect, we have issues and trials and errors like anybody. But when you say, ‘throwing in the towel,’ in fairness, I would admit if we had considered that along that way. But relationally we’re in it forever, this will never be a gossip mag that we don’t make it,” the Magnolia Network co-founder continued.

“When I think about difficult things that we’ve done, say the real estate crisis … Jo and I had multiple opportunities to quit and throw in the towel and that was just not in our DNA,” Chip continued. “So now I think we’ve taken that and realized you can’t ever lose if you don’t quit, and Jo and I keep showing up day after day, sometimes it’s right and sometimes it’s not, but we keep putting one foot in front of the other.”

The couple are still so in love that when Chip wanted to upgrade Joanna’s small diamond engagement ring to something grander and “fancy” that they can now easily afford, she completely passed on the idea for sentimental reasons.

“He had a smaller budget,” Joanna began, while Chip interjected to say, “My budget was whatever I could borrow from my mother, who was like, bless her heart, ‘Chip, I don’t have any money either!'” Chip proposed to Joanna in 2002 after a year of dating. He took her to a mall in Waco, Texas and let her design her own ring, consisting of a round diamond in an antique-looking platinum setting.

“So, the diamond isn’t the highest quality diamond. But to me it’s the story of a guy working his butt off so I could get this ring,” Joanna continued while pointing at it.

Jo explained how Chip wanted to upgrade the stone to a near flawless diamond that could be a “perfect anniversary story,” but she turned him down flat. “I said don’t touch my diamond. For us we always go back and say where did we start? What was the heart and intention of that? And to me this is where it started,” she said holding the ring. “It was Chip working his butt off for something that meant the world to him. So I would never, ever want to change it.”

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Chip, Joanna Gaines Reveal If They'd Consider Divorce Amid 'Challenges'

inTouch Weekly 12 July, 2021 - 04:54pm

After 18 years of marriage, five children, a new TV network and home decor and design empire, Chip and Joanna Gaines have done it all side by side. They’re now revealing if there was a point where all of that hard work and stress ever caused them to consider divorce.

“Our superpower is that Jo and I are not quitters. Throwing in the towel is not something that honestly ever even comes to mind, and I would say that happened pretty early on in our relationship,” Chip, 46, told Access Hollywood in a July 12 joint interview with his 43-year-old wife.

“We just thought that it’s interesting that divorce or leaving one another is not really an option for us. So somehow that little foundation has served us well,” Chip explained.

“Things have definitely been challenging. We’re not perfect, we have issues and trials and errors like anybody. But when you say, ‘throwing in the towel,’ in fairness, I would admit if we had considered that along that way. But relationally we’re in it forever, this will never be a gossip mag that we don’t make it,” the Magnolia Network co-founder continued.

“When I think about difficult things that we’ve done, say the real estate crisis … Jo and I had multiple opportunities to quit and throw in the towel and that was just not in our DNA,” Chip continued. “So now I think we’ve taken that and realized you can’t ever lose if you don’t quit, and Jo and I keep showing up day after day, sometimes it’s right and sometimes it’s not, but we keep putting one foot in front of the other.”

The couple are still so in love that when Chip wanted to upgrade Joanna’s small diamond engagement ring to something grander and “fancy” that they can now easily afford, she completely passed on the idea for sentimental reasons.

“He had a smaller budget,” Joanna began, while Chip interjected to say, “My budget was whatever I could borrow from my mother, who was like, bless her heart, ‘Chip, I don’t have any money either!'” Chip proposed to Joanna in 2002 after a year of dating. He took her to a mall in Waco, Texas and let her design her own ring, consisting of a round diamond in an antique-looking platinum setting.

“So, the diamond isn’t the highest quality diamond. But to me it’s the story of a guy working his butt off so I could get this ring,” Joanna continued while pointing at it.

Jo explained how Chip wanted to upgrade the stone to a near flawless diamond that could be a “perfect anniversary story,” but she turned him down flat. “I said don’t touch my diamond. For us we always go back and say where did we start? What was the heart and intention of that? And to me this is where it started,” she said holding the ring. “It was Chip working his butt off for something that meant the world to him. So I would never, ever want to change it.”

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The It List: Ronan Farrow brings 'Catch and Kill' to TV with new doc, Chip and Joanna Gaines introduce Magnolia Network and the best in pop culture the week of July 12, 2021

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Joanna Gaines Shared A Hilariously Cute Photo Of Crew In Cowboy Boots & Dino Shorts

Romper 12 July, 2021 - 11:39am

The little boy has some serious style.

Joanna took to Instagram late last week to share a photo of her 3-year-old son, Crew showing off his artistic side. With his fashion choices, that is. In the photo his mom shared, Crew is rocking a pair of colorful dinosaur shorts, a brown camouflage shirt, and the cutest pair of brown cowboy boots. And it didn’t stop there; Crew chose to accessorize his look with a green dinosaur hand puppet. As Joanna put it, Crew’s outfit was definitely a “fashion statement.”

But we apparently can’t give Crew all the credit for this fantastic outfit. As it turns out, his dad might be responsible for Crew’s sense of style. “I blame me...,” Chip commented on the post. Whether or not Chip also rocks camo shirts with dinosaur mittens at home remains a mystery, but let’s just hope a matching father-son photo op pops into our social media feed soon.

While Chip may be to blame for Crew’s mixing of patterns and unique accessories, it’s unclear where he got his obsession with dinosaurs. In addition to sporting dinosaur shorts and a puppet, Crew celebrated his third birthday in late June with a dinosaur-themed party, complete a life size brachiosaurus that was almost as tall as he is.

And while Chip and Joanna’s youngest child seems to have his dad’s sense of style, he might get some talents from his mom. Crew has helped Joanna in the kitchen on the set of her cooking show and picked out flowers for her newest Fixer Upper reveal. Chip has even called his youngest son the “boss baby” because he is always being taken to their job sites.

While his future in taking over his parents’ Magnolia empire is still TBD, it’s safe to say he’s got a future as a style icon.

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