Grandma Reba is all kinds of adorable…


Is there a grandma out there cooler than Reba? We think not.

The Queen of Country took time out of her busy schedule this weekend and headed to Pittsburgh, PA with BFF Melissa Peterman to catch a show on daughter-in-law, Kelly Clarkson‘s Piece by Piece Tour.

While fans geeked out over spotting the famous redhead in the crowd, the highlight of the trip for Reba may have been cuddling the ever-squishable River Rose.

Reba took to Kelly’s Facebook to express her love for the show, leaving this comment on a photo from the performance.


And speaking of River Rose, check out those thighs on a trip to the museum in NYC. They make everything right in the world.

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    I do believe Kelly and Brandon are keeping it family. Seems they spend enjoyable time with each other, along with family time. Narvel and Reba have set a very good example for them

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