Ree Drummond Sternly Claims There’s Only 1 Activity She Won’t Partake in During Romantic Getaway With Husband Ladd

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The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond is enjoying a sweet getaway with her husband—but she's making it clear that there's one thing she's not willing to do while away.

On Wednesday, June 5, the TV personality shared a snap with her partner of nearly three decades, Ladd, giving insight that the duo was embarking on a little getaway.

In the image, the pair sat at what looked to be a bar or restaurant, with a dish of food in front of them and drinks in hand as they looked toward the camera smiling.

"We got away by ourselves. We may go eat dinner at 4:00 if we feel like it. 5:00 if we feel like party animals," Drummond joked in the caption of the social media upload.

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Her Instagram post continued: "I’m sure we’re gonna find ourselves bored sometime in the next couple of days without the kids, dogs, horses, thunderstorms, garden, cattle, and life swarming around us, but for now we’re gonna go with it and smile these goofy relaxed smiles."

Ree and Ladd are known for their farm work, sharing updates of all the happenings they get into while tending to the land.

Ladd is a multi-generational cattle rancher on his family's Pawhuska, Oklahoma, ranch, Drummond Land & Cattle Co., which he co-owns with his brother Tim. The ranch was passed down from their father Chuck, according to People.

From the looks of it, though, Ree has one stipulation for she and her hubby's getaway: "That said, if Ladd makes me hike Berry Picker, I’m outta here. Locals call it A** Kicker for a reason and I want no part of it."

Fans in the comment section were eager to chime in on the mom of five's Instagram post.

"No ass-kicking allowed on vacation! Glad you two lovebirds have a getaway❤️!" one wrote, while another applauded, "Good for you two!!!!"

"Love those happy smiles! Stay awhile…you deserve it!!" a third gushed.

Meanwhile, someone else tried to persuade the Pioneer Woman to take on the challenge and head out on the trail: "Do the hike, you will love it."

No telling if she'll change her mind, but for now, it seems like she'd rather partake in some more relaxing activities instead!

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