Reba McEntire Enjoys a Relaxing Family Vacation with Boyfriend Skeeter Lasuzzo in Wyoming [See the Photos]

Reba Skeeter vacation photos Jackson Hole Wyoming
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Reba McEntire kicked of 2019 with a relaxing trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The singer shared several photos of her adventure on Instagram while surrounded by family and friends.

“Good times!!!!! Great vacation! Great friends! Great family! Beautiful place!” she captions several photos and a video of her getaway.

While the singer didn’t include any action shots of herself skiing or snowshoeing in Jackson Hole, she was all smiles in photos beside her boyfriend Skeeter Lasuzzo. The couple, who first made their relationship public last year at the 60th annual GRAMMY Awards, seemed to enjoy some alone time in the midst of a big trip with family. There are several shots taken of Reba and Skeeter with picturesque views of snow covered mountains behind them.

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This isn’t the first time the couple have enjoyed a getaway in Wyoming. Last year, the singer revealed that she spent some time snowshoeing with Skeeter.

“Skeeter and I had a blast in Wyoming this week! Snowshoeing in the Tetons!! Absolutely gorgeous!” she captioned a shot alongside her man on the slopes.

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Reba has definitely deserved some down time over the holidays. The singer’s 2018 ended with her being named an honoree at the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors during a star-studded ceremony in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 2. Along with Cher, Wayne Shorter, Philip Glass and the creators of “Hamilton” Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, Alex Lacamoire and Andy Blankenbuehler, Reba accepted the honor.

“I know that I was born an entertainer to help heal hearts—by singing, by acting, by letting people laugh,” she said upon accepting her honor. “I love to help people with their problems when they come into a concert. I hope that they dust their problems off their feet and come in and have a good time, recharge their batteries, and when they leave they can pick their problems up that are just a little bit lighter when they go home. That’s what I was supposed to do in this life.”