A Joanna Gaines

A Joanna Gaines


Joanna Gaines

Many Thought That Joanna Gaines’s 2006 Debut Would Come to Naught. After All, Her Story of an Unassuming Midwestern Girl From a Small Town, Who Found Success With a Simple Resale Shop Had Been Told Time and Time Again.



Chip and Joanna Gaines are all about meaningful moments, and it's no wonder that a fateful encounter at an auto shop is all it took to create the ultimate design power couple. Fans of their HGTV show, Fixer Upper, know that the Gaines live and breathe Baylor University, but the two Baylor bears didn't meet at their alma mater. Chip had heard of her before they even met, but it'd be much longer before they became an item. Here's everything you might have missed on their journey from Waco to taking over the DIY Network:

www.housebeautiful.com)After six books, five seasons, and 17 years of marriage, with an estimated net worth of $18 million according to Business Insider, the Gaines are stronger than ever. Chip and Joanna have admitted to their differences in the past, and even fans of the series have seen the serious designer and goofy contractor clash, but the couple relies on their faith and connection to stay close. (Source:


The mother and entrepreneur has been mighty busy. Season 4 of Magnolia Table With Joanna Gaines recently began on Discovery+ and fans have been loving her guest star. As it turns out, Joanna's favorite up and coming sous chef is only 3 years old. Her son, Crew, joined her on their latest episode of the cooking show and we can't get enough! (Source:

The Gaines met after they both graduated from Baylor University, and like all of their projects, fate played a role in bringing them together. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased, gutted and renovated their first building together, and Joanna opened a home accessory store called Magnolia. Eight years later, this "can't be stopped" couple found an amazing way to balance having four kids while growing their business to include a real estate company, construction company, design firm and residential subdivision, Magnolia Villas. (Source: www.hgtv.com)




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