In the recent documentary Wynonna Judd: Between Hell and Hallelujah, nation star Wynonna Judd opens up concerning her life after the demise of her mom and musical partner, Naomi Judd.
She considers moving forward with The Judds: The Final Tour and feels fortunate to have her husband’s and family’s support.
Judd expresses her gratitude for her spouse and their powerful bond. She said, “Marrying Cactus was one of the grandest days of my life because I’ve never trusted an individual and loved someone simultaneously like I love Cactus.”
Months after marriage in 2012, Moser had his leg amputated after a motorcycle mishap. Judd became his nurse, caring for and supporting him through his healing.
“That’s kind of our speciality, even in the poorest times we can reason out how to get past it and thank God, find a happy place,” Moser said about their relationship.
Wynonna Judd Two Kids, Grace Pauline & Elijah
Judd has two kids, Grace Pauline and Elijah, from a prior marriage with Arch Kelley III, while Moser has three children: Cahl, Wyatt and Sunshine.
The documentary shows Moser and Judd as a happy and validating couple, with their children describing them as the couple everyone wants to be. Judd has been married twice before but says that Moser is the one who I always wanted.
“He’s the most challenging and tender man I’ve ever been with. It’s amazing how much we’re connected to each other. I trust this person so much that I would give my life for him, which is something I haven’t felt about other men in my life.”