Trey Kennedy told the tale of how he met his beautiful wife, Katie, in the 50th edition of Correct Opinions. The comic recalls their first date and how it turned out.
In the episode, the comic recounted an encounter with an elderly woman who gave him strange advice about marrying young, which he dismissed.
On Their First Meeting
Trey included his wife on his YouTube channel for the first time in August 2020 to celebrate the 50th episode of his YouTube show, Correct Opinions, after they married on March 29, 2020.
Katie revealed in the episode that the couple met through Instagram, but that they met in person for the first time in Atlanta. The couple thought they had mutual pals when they initially met. However, they knew it wasn’t true before they started dating, so it didn’t matter.
The comedian revealed that they met while they were both in their mid-twenties, at the exact age of 26,27. The comedian admitted that his parents were worried about him because he was single and had no plans to marry anytime soon.
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Trey also related a story from when he was 24 years old that made him reflect. According to the comedian, when he was 24, an elderly woman from his church informed him that if he didn’t marry soon enough, he would have no choice but to marry a divorced woman. The comedian, on the other hand, did not allow those statements to influence him because he was not yet ready to settle.
Thankfully, he didn’t take the elderly lady seriously, and his patience paid off in the form of a wonderful life with his wife, Katie.
Trey Was Supposed To Be Gay Trey was supposed to be gay before announcing his engagement on his Instagram account in September 2019. Because of their incredible on-screen chemistry in their comic sketches, he was frequently teamed with fellow comedian John Christ.
The rumors gathered traction after the two produced a video on Christ’s YouTube channel in which they attempted to portray every bachelorette in Nashville. Many of their fans joked that the two could pass for gay because of their performance.