Trisha Yearwood announced on Monday (March 8) that she's "COVID negative."
Yearwood shared the news on Facebook 12 days after fellow country artist Garth Brooks revealed that she had tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). Prior to the February announcement, the couple had been quarantining together in Tennessee since a member of their team tested positive for the virus.
"The Queen and I have now tested twice," Brooks said on Feb. 24. "Officially, she's diagnosed as 'on her way out of the tunnel' now, though, which I'm extremely thankful for. Anyone who knows me knows my world begins and ends with Miss Yearwood, so she and I will ride through this together."
Brooks did not test positive for the virus throughout Yearwood's recovery.
"My incredible husband is literally Superman and never got COVID- but still took all the precautions to keep everyone we know and love safe!," she wrote.
Don’t they say good news comes in 3s??!! 1) I got the official news that I am covid negative. Thank you all for your...
Yearwood wrapped up her post with more good news.
"Today I can finally share with you the cover of my new cookbook Trisha's Kitchen," she wrote. "Garth said, good news begets good news, let's share it with the world today and spread the love! Let me know what you think of the cover. You can get your copy September 28."
Brooks recently performed at President Joe Biden's Inauguration alongside Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez. Brooks performed an a cappella rendition of "Amazing Grace."
Brooks and Yearwood recently released their cover of "Shallow," from the A Star is Born soundtrack
Brooks and Yearwood married in 2005 in front of a small group of family members at their Oklahoma home.
Brooks proposed to Yearwood in front of a crowd of thousands at Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California.