Is dale earnhardt jr still dating amy
I'm really excited and have enjoyed going through the process.I've never been married before and I'm excited to be marrying Amy." Earnhardt, 42, and Reimann became engaged last year during a trip to Germany.
The group seemed to have a blast, partying well into the morning. ” Dale popped the question to Amy last June and the pair began exclusively dating in 2009.On New Year’s Day, Amy even changed her last name to Earnhardt on Twitter, proving they’re the real deal. It’s all been history from there for the lovebirds, who solidified their eternal bond on NYE 2017!Her beau took to social media shortly after, writing, “Happily married!!! Looking forward to the rest of our lives.” He continued with a sweet message, acknowledging all of their fans and loved ones for their support. The duo was last spotted cozying up at the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards at Wynn, Las Vegas on Dec. At the event, he even gushed about his bride-to-be, saying, “I’m so excited, so thrilled to be a part of it and I look forward to our future.” Cheers to many more great memories! PHOTOS: Stars who date athletes "I'm completely overwhelmed with love & joy. I love you so much @Dale Jr," Reimann captioned a pic of the couple. The future spouses announced the news via Twitter on Wednesday, June 17."I'll be happy to tell you guys what we've got planned when the time is right," he said of an effort to test before returning to competition.
The athlete, 40, added: "Looking forward to the rest of my life with this amazing girl." PHOTOS: 2015 celebrity weddings Earnhardt Jr.
Although NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver tried to use his influence with the sanctioning body to expedite the release of the 2016 Sprint Cup schedule to select a date for his upcoming nuptials, Earnhardt and his fiancee Amy Reimann are likely looking at a winter wedding. “We know what time of year we want to do it — and it’s probably going to be in next year’s off-season. We’ve just kind of small-talked some venues — where and when — but we haven’t sat down and talked about real plans.
“We’ve got to start soon though because it’s going to be here before you know it.
While Earnhardt mulled over potential dates, Michigan International Speedway president Roger Curtis — also an ordained minister — offered to perform the ceremony for the driver of the No. Reimann in Gatorade Victory Lane during the June race.
“Ooh, I’ll let her know that that’s an option,” Earnhardt said with a chuckle.
They haven’t decided on a wedding date yet, but it’s likely to fall on one of the off weeks during next year’s racing season, Reimann said.