Sam Hunt has reportedly reconciled with his wife Hannah Lee Fowler three months after Fowler filed from divorce from the country singer.
Documents obtained by TMZ indicate that Fowler requested that the court dismiss the case last month, and a judge signed off.
Hannah Lee Fowler filed for divorce from Hunt on February 18, accusing the singer of “inappropriate marital conduct” and “adultery.” The divorce filing revealed that Fowler is expecting the couple’s first child and it is due in May.
TMZ reported at the time that Hannah was seeking child support, primary custody of their child, and three types of alimony. Documents also showed that Hannah asked “the parties be awarded their respective separate property.”
Hours later, Hannah withdrew the complaint after filing it in the wrong Tennessee county. Fowler later re-filed for divorce in the county where the couple resides.
Shortly after news of their split went public, Sam Hunt served as a guest co-host for Country Countdown USA. The “Take Your Time” singer spoke out about becoming a dad for the first time and revealed that his first born will be a girl.
“I haven’t talked about this, but I have a little girl on the way,” Hunt said. “I blocked out two months at the end of May and early June. Really this year revolves around that big news in my life.”
Sam added that he and Hannah were still working on a name for their daughter, but plan to wait until her birth to make a final decision.
“We’re thinking about it,” he said. “I want her to be in the world before we name her. I want to be able to look at her and decide what name suits her best.”
Sam and Hannah dated off and on after meeting in 2008, eventually getting engaged and married in 2017. Hunt named his debut album, Montevallo, after Hannah’s Alabama hometown.
“I had never visited Montevallo, but right before I left to go to Nashville I met a girl from there,” Hunt told E! News. “A lot of the experiences I had with her and the relationship I had with her inspired a lot of the songwriting on the album.”
Montevallo‘s single “Take Your Time” helped launch Hunt’s country music career, causing him to become the first artist since Clint Black to have his debut studio album and single top the year-end charts in the same year. Hunt also became the first male country solo artist to land four number ones on the Country Airplay Chart from a debut studio album.