Country music songbird Jennifer Nettles and husband Justin Miller keep their family life under wraps.
Country music fans won’t find much information about the couple on social media, and this happy couple seems to prefer it that way.
Apart from singing, she has also done some minor acting work with appearances in a couple of television series.
Moving towards her personal life, Jennifer Nettles was married to Todd Van Sickle from 1998 to 2007.
However, the honeymoon has to wait for the newlyweds as Nettles is still plenty busy.
Nettles is booked to perform with Lady Gaga at the Grammy Nominations concert on Wednesday, and she's also hosting the annual CMA Country Christmas special Thursday at 9 p.m. Sugarland, meanwhile, is also currently facing a lawsuit from Indiana State Fair stage collapse victims.
After three years Kristen Hall quit the group but Bush and Nettles continued on as a duo.
In addition to work as a part of the duo, Jennifer started pursuing solo projects as well in 2013, having released successful albums like That Girl and Playing with Fire.
People reports the 37-year-old bride tied the knot in a small, sunset ceremony in Tennessee.Country music songstress Faith Hill’s “Mississippi Girl” was released in May 2005 as the lead single from her album Fireflies.The song was written by John Rich and Adam Shoenfeld specifically for Hill. During the making of the video, Nettles was married to Todd Van Sickle.Nettles and Van Sickle divorced in 2007, and later Miller and Nettles dated for over two years before tying the knot.