Caroline Bryan injury
Caroline Boyer, left, and Luke Bryan arrive at the CMT Music Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, June 6, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Al Wagner)

Luke Bryan's Wife Caroline Shares Injury Story: 'Gotta Be Tough When You're Stupid!'


There's few better follows on social media than country star Luke Bryan's wife, the former Caroline Boyer. Her self-depreciating sense of humor and witty way with words makes something as unsettling as a leg injury darkly funny.

"Boot & Cone. We both needed the infirmary today....gotta be tough when you're stupid!," Caroline Bryan wrote on her Instagram account, linabryan3.

In the comments of a photo with "We Good" tagged as its location, Caroline further described how she and a dog named Boss came to wear their new fashion accessories.

"Boss got into a fight with a cat, I got into a fight with myself. We both lost!," she adds.


Elsewhere in the comments, Luke Bryan revealed that he was away filming American Idol with fellow judges Lionel Richie and Katy Perry and series lifer Ryan Seacrest when his wife Caroline and Boss faced a series of calamities.

It wasn't the first bizarre injury story this year for the Bryan family. Back in June, a turkey at Brett's Barn named Big Al turned heel on Caroline, requiring her to get a tetanus shot.

"My turkey Al attacked me last night and hit a tendon in the back of my leg," she revealed in an Instagram Story, as reported by Taste of Country.

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Luke, a Georgia native and the singer of "One Margarita," later shared that Big Al got moved to a new home on one of the family's other properties.

"Al's options were very limited," Luke told Taste of Country. "He's lucky he got Caroline's option, because I had my option. She had to get on antibiotics. That's something stupid enough to kill you, bacteria from a damn turkey leg."

Brett's Barn is the family's Middle Tennessee petting zoo that doubles as a fundraiser for Congenital Heart Disease (CHD). Its namesake, Sadie Brett Boyer, passed away at seven months old.

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