Jennifer Nettles is an American country music singer and a songwriter. She is famous for singing the duo Sugarland alongside Kristian Bush as a lead singer.
Most people know what she does and how much she earns, but mostly people are unknown about her children and family. Here we have some information regarding who Jennifer Nettles married, her personal life and more.
Jenifer Nettles is a married woman. She is married to Justin Miller. But what about their love story? The duo met each other while working for Sugarland’s music video for “Want To.” and has also shared a bed. At the time, Jennifer was married to Clayton Mitchell though. They were just good friends.
Later on, in 2007 the couple are frequently spotted together and after dating for about 2 years the couple decided to took next step of relationship and tied the knot in Nov. 26, 2011.
Jennifer Nettles Weds Justin Miller
Jennifer and Justin got married in a small sunset ceremony in a chapel in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains and till the date, the couple is living happily married life. Moreover, the duo is blessed with son Magnus Hamilton in 6th December 2012. On June 19, 2012, it was revealed that Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles Expecting First Child. Let's have a look at the happy family.
Jennifer Nettles has been in a relationship with Clayton Mitchell. In past, there is much speculation about Jennifer married life with Clayton a guitar player for Kenny Chesney. The couple dated from August to September 2008 and was frequently spotted spending time with each other.
Also, Jennifer was linked with Todd Van Sickle. According to the different source, the couple was in a married relationship. After knowing and dating each other for some time the couple got married in 1998 but because of some misunderstanding, the couple separated in 2007. While she was asked about her separation with Todd Van she told:
"I didn't get married in the spotlight, and I did not intend on getting divorced in the spotlight," "It was private and sacred to me, and when you hold something sacred, you keep it to yourself."