Is Hunter Hannah Barron Back In The Dating Game after Her Split with Fiancé Hunter Horton?
Hannah Barron was once engaged to Hunter Ryan Horton.
However, some undisclosed reason led Barron to part ways with her would-be husband before getting married.
Hannah Barron's Separation from Fiancé
The Instagram celebrity had known Horton for a few years. The couple started dating in 2016 and seemed to be very much in love, as was clear from their Instagram posts.
Hunter Horton proposing to Hannah Barron in 2018 (Source: MarriedDivorce)
A year later, he popped the question. The social media celebrity happily said yes, and soon after, they moved in together. The engaged couple lived together for a while.
However, after that, the engagement was abruptly called off. The exact details as to what happened between the two remain unclear to this day.
Hannah Barron Dating Cohen Stone?
Instagram posts of a fellow hunter named Cohen Stone reveal that he and Barron might be dating. Stone is from Georgia and works as a producer on Michael Waddell: Bone Collector.
The two apparently took a trip to Mexico last August as well. The pictures that followed were cute as a button.
The last post Stone made of the pair together was in November 2020.
With no official statements on a relationship or lack thereof, we are left to only speculate that the two are dating.
They could just as well be good friends, or have broken up, or are just keeping their relationship on the down-low. Furthermore, since Barron's Instagram doesn't feature Stone a lot, all we can do is wait for her to break her silence.
Once A Hunter, Always A Hunter
The Instagram sensation is famous for hunting, fishing, and adventure photos on her handle. She first came into the limelight when she posted a video of catching an enormous catfish with her bare hands.
Her fans know enough about her exceptional skills in hunting, fishing, noodling, etc. However, little do they know how her interest arose in these activities.
The star was born and brought up in Alabama. Growing up, she would often accompany her father in hunting and outdoor-related activities.
By the age of 4, she could identify the local snakes, and at 8, she had already killed her first deer.
Being outdoors and getting to explore the country made her realize her love for hunting.
Eventually, she went noodling with her neighbors, i.e., catching a catfish using only bare hands, and she's been noodling ever since.