Carrie Underwood folds her leg on a private plane

Carrie Underwood folds one of her super-toned legs and poses on a private jet while on vacation. The 38-year-old country star, fresh from the Las Vegas Residency that grabbed the headlines this fall, bundled up in a cute beanie on Instagram this month, also shouting out CALIA, which she founded in 2015 by clothing brand Carrie.

Carrie updated her social media on December 20, throwing the peace sign with both hands looking cute as a button while on her bestselling brand, with the post also doubling as a celebratory sign. Check it out below.

Carrie Underwood

NASHVILLE, TN – NOVEMBER 2: Singer-songwriter Carrie Underwood attends the 50th Annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on November 2, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Carrie Underwood travels in style for Christmas

Go to the picture. The “Cry Pretty” singer was all smiles at her sunny scene, one showing her on the tarmac and definitely flaunting the benefits of her glamorous career—the blonde is said to be worth $200 million. Carrie showed up in a matching rusty red jacket, paired with sweatpants and a hoodie, as well as a super cute tan hat ribbed with a pom-pom. The Before He Cheats maker also wore sneakers, as well as a bag slung over her shoulder, with fans seeing a private jet in the background – no clue as to where Carrie was headed.

Commenting on it, the mother of two told fans, “Holiday travel time! Merry Christmas everyone!” She added #StayThePath to shout out CALIA, and also tagged him on Instagram for the brand.

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The post garnered more than 170,000 likes in less than 24 hours, with the likes also coming from 30-year-old Netflix star Jamie Lynn Spears. The hijacker was also discovered by the fitness app Fit52, which was founded by Carrie in 2020.

This year, the Carrie’s CALIA brand celebrated its six-year anniversary. In 2016, the label actually ranked third after Nike and Under Armor in Dick’s Sporting Goods. Carrie has also opened up about her designer side, revealing that it’s just another way to be creative. She told Forbes:

“CALIA is one of those ways [to be creative], going to virtual meetings and looking at the design elements and trying to figure out what we’re going to do with that,” adding, “I’m lucky because I have a lot of creative things that don’t just depend on being on stage in front of people.”

Carey also continues to promote Fit52, as the app now includes exercises from husband Mike Fisher in 2010.

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