Since exposing the "Kinfolks" singer for allegedly cheating on her, many have become increasingly curious of the estranged pair's relationship — which has been on-and-off for ten years.
So, who is Hannah Lee Fowler? Read on to learn more about the Alabama native who married the country-pop star.
Fowler was born and raised in Montevallo, Alabama where she was the oldest of seven children, according to The Sun. She received her education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2007 before going on to work as a nurse.
She used her medical knowledge to assist with humanitarian work around the world, traveling to different countries to provide health care, which Hunt previously boasted about on his social media pages.
According to CMT News, the country crooner shared a now-deleted Instagram post back in 2017 to show his pride over his wife's admirable accomplishments, writing: "While I was in Nashville trying to get things going with music, Hannah was providing medical care to Hondurans during the 2009 coup. She was working in Syrian refugee camps and delivering Kurd babies in northern Iraq during the 2014 elections. She spent time in Israel where she helped with a feeding program and worked with Holocaust survivors."
"Her heart for humanity is one of the things I admire most about her but she’s put her ambitions on hold to be with me for the past year and a half," he added at the time. Fowler, however, does not have any known social media accounts and reportedly lives a more private life.
Hunt and Fowler have been romantically linked for over a decade, with many of the singer's most popular songs drawing inspiration from their on-again off-again relationship.
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In 2014, Hunt gave his album the not-so-subtle title Montevallo, in reference to Fowler's hometown before they eventually called things off again in 2015.
After reconnecting the following year, Hunt then released his hit song "Drinkin' Too Much" in 2017, where he apologized for putting Fowler in the limelight by writing an entire album about their story and using her hometown name in the title.
“I’m sorry I named the album Montevallo / I’m sorry people know your name now / And strangers hit you up on social media,” the lyrics to the song read. “I know you want your privacy / And you got nothing to say to me / but I wish you’d let me pay off your student loans / With these songs you gave me.”
Hunt and Fowler also got married in 2017 in an intimate Georgia ceremony.
Things seemed to have finally calmed down between the pair before Fowler filed for divorce earlier this month, after nearly five years of marriage to the "Make You Miss Me" singer.
As OK! previously reported, Fowler filed for divorce on Friday, February 18, before withdrawing the complaint just hours later.
In the legal documents of her original filing, Fowler not only accused her estranged husband of infidelity, but she also revealed that she is pregnant with the pair's baby, who is expected to arrive in May.