Ree Drummond and Husband Ladd Have ‘Big Butting Head Sessions’: How Their Special ‘Love Language’ Brings Them Together

Ree Drummond and her husband Ladd definitely know the secret to a happy marriage. The Pioneer Woman star shared their “love language” and how it calms any of their “big butting head sessions.”

Ree Drummond and her husband Ladd smile at a 'The Pioneer Woman' magazine event
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Ree Drummond and Ladd have a ‘love language’ that calms any disagreements

In an interview with ET, Drummond shared how she and Ladd share a “love language” that goes a long way in their marriage. For the Drummonds, they enjoy connecting with some quiet quality time.

“Ladd and I, our love language — both of us — is quality time. So we do best when we’re together more than we’re apart,” Drummond explained.

“When it comes to business and creative decisions, obviously I try to take the reins, and he’s got a pretty good mind for business because of agriculture and ranching,” she continued. “But I mean, we have big butting head sessions where we completely disagree on things.”

Drummond added, “But we always come together in the evening, kick off our shoes, stream a Netflix series and watch a movie, and that’s sort of our time when we reset every evening.”

Ree and Ladd Drummond each designed rooms in their hotel

Drummond gave ET a tour of her businesses in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, including their hotel, The Pioneer Woman Boarding House. Both she and Ladd had a hand in decorating the hotel rooms, with each reflecting their own personal styles in the design.

“There are eight rooms, we each took four,” Drummond said. “And so, four rooms represent Ladd and his aesthetic, shall we say, and the other four represent mine. So it’s hilarious to see the different personalities of each room.”

She added, “His aesthetic is ranch, very durable, masculine finishes, leather, leather chairs. Mine is like, color explosions, bright green tile in the bathroom. One room is called the butterfly room, and it’s just light blue and feminine. We had fun, it was sort of like a little bit of a throwdown between who could design the best rooms.”

The Pioneer Woman star even shared that she likes to grab a room at the hotel from time to time. “Every once in a while, if we get a cancellation, I like to come and stay at the Boarding House,” she said. “There are no chores.”

‘The Pioneer Woman’ is proud of her hometown

When asked about her many businesses in the town, including the hotel, The Mercantile, a pizza shop, and a sweet shop, Drummond shared her pride for her hometown.

“Oh gosh, I just I feel such pride for Pawhuska,” Drummond said. “It’s not really about me and my businesses as much as just the community, the amazing people that are here.”

She continued, “We have amazing culture in Pawhuska. It’s the headquarters of the Osage nation, there’s oil and gas, there’s just so much going on. And I’m glad that the businesses that I have opened here have attracted people from all over who might never have come to Pawhuska.”

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