Pregnant country queen Carrie Underwood and former hockey player hubby Mike Fisher are living the high life in a Tennessee mega-mansion — but sleep in a double-wide trailer when they visit her parents! The golden couple — worth $115 million — recently moved into a custom-built estate in Franklin, 21 miles south of Nashville. But in her hometown of Checotah, Okla., Carrie has just fitted out a $40,000 mobile home to stay in, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal. Click through for more!
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Neighbor Kari Coleman dished to RadarOnline.com how 35-year-old Carrie arranged to have the living quarters put on her family’s land.
“Her husband came into my furniture store and bought a washer and dryer for the trailer,” said Kari.
She noted Carrie’s folks are “not flashy” and “very quiet people,” who live in an old cottage on their 90-acre former cattle farm.
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Carrie wanted to build them a new dream home, but Carole’s friend Kate Paris said Steve would “have a stroke” if his daughter bought an expensive property for her parents or older sisters, Shanna and Stephanie.
So Carrie added the trailer to keep the house from getting cramped during family gatherings.
“When she comes to visit at Christmas, it’s easier,” Kate confided.
Carrie, 38-year-old Mike and son Isaiah, 3, are now settled in at their 400-acre property that’s near the home of fellow country crooner Wynonna Judd. But despite Carrie’s worldwide success and fame, friends said she’s still a down-home girl when she visits Checotah. “I sometimes run into her at Subway!” crowed Kari.
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