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On Wednesday, Stewart, 80, posted aon Instagram, which show her seated on a private plane, posing next to an array of trees.
The TV personality explained in the caption of the post that she bought eight cercis canadensis — the state tree of Oklahoma after she visited the state to participate in Oklahoma State University's Business Speaker Series.
"Flying home with 8 cercis canadensis the state tree of Oklahoma!!!!! bought at Stringer Nursery in Tulsa," Stewart wrote.
"Also stopped at charmingand found a great table and a signed Bunnykins dish thanks for joining us on this trip. Thanks for sponsoring my trip to Sooner State. we had fun and worked hard and thanks to for the vegan donuts and to for the gorgeous bracelets."
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Stewart went on to assert that she didn't "fly with the trees in the aisle," and that the post was simply a fun photo-op.
"There were four of us in the back four seats and the eight trees occupied the middle four seats!! We are compliant and we have great pilots who watch over our safety!!!" Stewart added.
This wouldn't be the first time Stewart flew private in recent months.
In February, the Martha Stewart Living mogulSuper Bowl weekend at the NFL Owners' Dinner after taking a private jet to Los Angeles ahead of the big game.
Masters winners by year: List of past champions, payouts, green jacket history
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"Met Drake!!!" Stewart wrote on her Instagram Story with a photo of herself and the Certified Lover Boy rapper, 35.
She mentioned that her makeup artistmade the introduction while raving about the weekend's rooftop event at Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills, which offered beautiful city views and a live performance from .
"Everyone was trying to get a table -of course @champagnepapi had no trouble and his heavily guarded space was behind a screen in the outdoor area," Stewarton Instagram. "@daisybeautytoye spied him and made friends immediately."
Stewart shared a photo of herself boarding the private jet before her travels. "If you gotta go to the @superbowl2022 this is one way to do it!!!" she captioned the, which included a glimpse at her caviar, salmon crudités, and other inflight hors d'oeuvres.
Masters notebook: For Champ, 10th place means a 2023 invite .
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Scottie Scheffler can play in the Masters forever now. That’s a perk that comes with winning at Augusta National. Cameron Champ knows he can play at Augusta National in 2023. For him, that was a win as well. Champ finished tied for 10th at the Masters, and that means he’ll be invited back next season. Augusta National has plenty of ways for players to qualify — wins, world ranking, performance in other majors — plus rewards those who do especially well at the Masters. Anyone in the top 12 one year can come back the following year, so Champ knows that invitation will be in the mail as next spring looms.