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Katherine Schwarzenegger Opens Up On Farm Life With Chris Pratt
If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on a farm with Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger has all the answers.
On Saturday, Katherine attended the Los Angeles premiere of the IMAX documentary Superpower Dogs.
There, the 29-year-old author told an E! News reporter that her and Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris don't live on his Washington farm full time, but that she feels "at home" there.
View this post on InstagramI have often wondered why his hands were so rough. Now i know. He works the farm. He's a real man. (Katherine asked me what to write so I wrote the above even though it is not true. Full disclosure: I have very soft hands. I literally cut my hand today i think, on a lamb. I am from Hollywood. Love, Chris) #farmlife
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"We don't live there full time," Katherine said. "I've kind of grown up with a bunch of different animals, so it feels very comfortable and at home, and just a beautiful part of life."
The loved-up pair, who got engaged in January, regularly share beaming Instagram photos of themselves alongside a range of adorable farm animals.
Several recent pictures and videos include Katherine snuggling up to gorgeous lambs, and her wide smile in every one of the photos indicates that she really does love farm life.
It's not yet known when Katherine and Chris will be tying the knot, although in another recent red carpet interview, Chris revealed he "barely" has time to help plan the wedding.
View this post on InstagramHere are twin Suffolk lambs, "Blackbelt" and "Quicksilver." These Suffolk Sheep descended from a nearly wild breed of Island Sheep, over three human family generations and dozens and dozens of lamb generations, becoming incredibly hardy. Before coming to our farm the entire herd gave birth in the fields with no veterinary help whatsoever. With no man made shelter, no medicine, no hoof trimming and no supplemented nutrients only the strongest survived. The result is an incredibly athletic, wild and unusually hardy sheep, which when full grown can easily jump a 5 foot fence. Ask me how I know! One of them jumped head first into my chest at a full run and nearly knocked the wind out of me. I was brought back to my days as an all area inside linebacker. Point being, I was an all area inside linebacker. Nonetheless, we've had many unique challenges trying to domesticate these wild little Suffolk. But it's working! Amazingly mama didn't mind as we picked up her babies. Our hope is in a couple generations they will become as calm and fearless as the other domesticated breeds.
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The couple got engaged after a whirlwind romance of just a few months, announcing the news on Instagram.
Chris shared a cute photo of the couple hugging with the caption: "Sweet Katherine, so happy you said yes! I'm thrilled to be marrying you. Proud to live boldly in faith with you. Here we go!"
It's not the first time Chris has publicly lavished his affections on his wife-to-be, with adorable Instagram posts constantly declaring his love for Katherine.
On her birthday, he shared a collage of smiling photos of his fiancee, writing: "Happy Birthday Chief! Your smile lights up the room. I've cherished our time together. Thrilled God put you in my life. Thankful for the laughs, kisses, talks, hikes, love and care."
Let's hope they keep the adorable (and lamb-filled) posts coming.
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