Carrie Underwood Looks Gorgeous Picking Onions In The Rain

Carrie Underwood today went full farm girl with her garden onions, and she wasn't bothered by the rainy weather. The 38-year-old country superstar and CALIA by Carrie designer has been making headlines for home-crafting weekend veggie quiches from her "refrigerator leftovers," with Sunday seeing the "Cry Pretty" hit-maker show that home-grown is how she rolls. Posting for her 10.2 million Instagram followers, Carrie showed off her stunning facial features right from the garden and with a fresh pick. Check it out below.

'It May Be Raining, But...'

Carrie Underwood on gym mat
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Scroll for the photos. Carrie, this weekend celebrating husband Mike Fisher's 41st birthday, has been busy on Instagram, but in more ways than one. The blonde's stories today showed a quick garden selfie amid rows of neatly-planted vegetables. Carrie, shot against a cloudy and angry-looking sky, was sending out her pearly-whites smile from under a black hood - the glitter minidresses were nowhere to be seen as the Fit52 app founder wore a basic parka.

"It may be raining, but this is my garden day!" Carrie wrote.

See Her Onions Below!

Carrie Underwood garden selfie
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The mom of two, whose super-healthy lifestyle now sees her as a "wannabe vegan," then posted a "pass the peas" photo of, you guessed it, peas. Next up were the "tomatoes soon" as Carrie admitted she might have to try a few green ones before there's anything red. 

Carrie and Mike are also growing beets, zucchini, and carrots. Back indoors, the "Southbound" singer then shared a stunning selfie as she wore a black top and held up a bunch of onions: "Even pulled some yummy onions for tonight's dinner," the caption read.

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Carrie Underwood with fresh onions
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The pandemic has brought fresh insight from Carrie, who has been spending lock-down with husband Mike, plus sons Jacob and Isaiah. Opening up, the American Idol winner revealed:

"We worry about the things we can't control a lot but once I realized that 2020 was looking like 2020 and things weren't going to be normal overnight, I tried to focus on my work and keeping myself healthy, rather than sitting on my rear end at home and snacking all day."

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Health Isn't A 'Sprint'

Carrie, whose fitness now comes in her handy Fit52 app and even sees Mike joining in, added that the path to health isn't a "sprint."

"Don't do anything you can't see yourself doing a year from now", she said, adding: "Don't cut out too much stuff or start working out at an unsustainable pace. It's okay to just make healthy swaps in your diet first or go for a walk, and then, you know, [step things up] the more you get into it ."