Kimberley Williams-Paisley came on Kelly Clarkson’s program without wedding ring or voice. The actress spoke in hushed tones throughout the conversation, stating why she was experiencing difficulties with her voice chords and why she is approaching her 20th wedding anniversary sans her wedding band.
She also discussed her and her husband’s endeavor to assist individuals in need. Williams-Paisley and her husband, Brad Paisley, founded a non-profit organization in 2020 to assist those who were struggling to provide food for themselves or their family.
The effort is called The Store, and it is a “free, referral-based grocery store,” according to Williams-Paisley. The Shop does not charge its clients and instead gives them meal packs as well as fundraising initiatives to make particular goods accessible to people in need.
In addition to highlighting her non-profit organization, Williams-Paisley revealed that she was not wearing her wedding band throughout the interview. She stated that she had been wearing it for about 20 years, but that she had suddenly discovered that it was scratching her finger.
As the actress examined her wounded finger more closely, she saw that the ring had been ruined from being worn for so long. She joked that a fractured ring indicates a long-lasting marriage. The actress donned a temporary replacement ring during the performance.
She also justified her loss of voice, claiming that an increase in stress had rendered her unable to speak effectively. She also shared a humorous story about meeting President Biden and the First Lady when her husband was asked to perform at a Governor’s Banquet.
She recalls arriving, meeting the President, and shaking his wife’s hand. Remember that the actress was quite humiliated by her loss of voice when meeting such important individuals. Fortunately, when Jill Biden shook her hand, the First Lady murmured to Williams-Paisley, “I’m sorry, I lost my voice.”
Williams-Paisley and her spouse had a rather unusual love tale. Paisley planned to marry his bride five years before they met. After he saw the film “The Father of the Bride,” the singer fell in love with Williams-Paisley.
Years later, while he was casting individuals for his music video for “I’m Gonna Miss Her,” the country singer realized he had the opportunity to meet her. He contacted Williams-agency Paisley’s and booked her for the position. He didn’t allow the opportunity to meet her pass him by, and they soon began dating.
Despite the fact that Paisley defied the odds by meeting his famous love, the beginning of their relationship was not as idyllic as many might assume. They came from two quite different worlds. Paisley was raised on country music and the Nashville way of life, but Williams-Paisley was raised in New York.
Even so, they made it work. Before asking his beloved wife to marry him, the two attended couples therapy to straighten out the kinks in their relationship. Happily, the treatment was beneficial, and when Paisley popped the question in 2003, the actress said yes.
Couples therapy assisted Williams-Paisley and her spouse in communicating effectively and becoming closer as a pair. They’ve formed a happy family over the years, and Paisley said that they get along by following a few basic rules of thumb: “I think there’s no secret other than mutual respect and a sense of humor—a sense of humor can get you through so much. I keep trying to pass that along to my kids. When you have kids that you’re raising together, that helps bring you together as well.”
Paisley said that they chose couples therapy since they were both in the entertainment business, stating, they believed the chances were stacked against them. Counseling assisted them in planning for the future and developing effective conflict resolution techniques.