Sam Hunt and Hannah Lee Fowler have reportedly reunited. While it was previously reported that the couple was set to divorce, they have since called it off, per TMZ. When it was originally announced that they were separating, it was also reported that the couple would be welcoming their first child together.
According to the publication, Fowler asked the court to dismiss the divorce case in April. A judge then approved her application. In addition to this update, Hunt was spotted wearing his wedding ring during a performance that took place in late April, around the time Fowler filed a motion to have their divorce case dismissed. TMZ noted that he was not wearing his wedding ring at a performance that took place weeks earlier in mid-March. Additionally, Hunt and Fowler were spotted with their dog in Franklin, Tennessee.
It was previously reported that Fowler filed for divorce from Hunt in February. At the time, she claimed Hunt was guilty of “disconduct in marriage” and “adultery.” In the midst of their divorce filing, it was revealed that Fowler was pregnant with the couple’s first child. She asked for sole custody of their future child and child support. Fowler later withdrew the petition, but only because it was filed in the wrong county. She later transferred to another county in Tennessee. Interestingly, in her petition, Fowler addressed whether there were any hopes of a reconciliation. That seemed out of the question for her at the time, as she declared that “all hopes of a reconciliation are exhausted”. However, it seems like they are giving their relationship another chance.
In late March, Hunt spoke about becoming a father, revealing the gender of her baby in the process. During an appearance on County Countdown USA, he said, “I haven’t talked about it, but I have a little girl on the way.” This year is really about this big news in my life.” Hunt also said that he and Fowler were waiting to see their little one before deciding on a name, saying, “We’re thinking about it. I want her to be in the world before we give her a name. I want to be able to look at her and decide which name suits her best.”