Kane Brown and Wife Gives Fans a Look Inside Their Daughter’s Rustic-Chic Nursery
Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn recently opened up the doors to their Tennessee home for Extra to give fans…
Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae; Photo by Danielle Del Valle/Getty Images for E3 Chophouse Nashville
Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn recently opened up the doors to their Tennessee home for Extra to give fans a look at their daughter’s adorable forest-themed nursery.
The clip opens with Brown inviting the camera crew in saying, “Only you are at home with the Brown family.”
The singer/songwriter’s awards and accolades can be seen hanging on the walls as the camera crew makes its way to Kingsley’s nursery where Brown’s wife gives a quick tour. Admitting Kingsley’s room is their “favorite room in the house now,” Katelyn goes on to show off some of her favorite aspects of the nursery, including what appears to be a custom portrait of a lion wearing a crown and a neon-lit “Kingsley” sign.
“I’m kind of the diaper changer, but he is the best swaddler,” the new mom revealed of her country star husband. “He gets her in there and she stops crying right away.”
Soon, the family of three will embark on Brown’s first-ever international tour, The Worldwide Beautiful Tour, launching February 2. To prepare for the epic run of shows, Brown is customizing his tour bus for little Kingsley.
“We get a new tour bus in January so they’re going to knock out half the couch beside our bed and put in a crib so she’ll be able to sleep back there with us,” he shared.
Kingsley Rose was born on October 29. After her arrival, Kane Brown made headlines with the release of a poignant song called “For My Daughter.” The emotional track serves as a promise to Kingsley, letting her know that she will always be able to count on him, no matter what. Throughout the song, Brown, who grew up without a father in his life, assures Kingsley he’s going to be the best father he can be, despite his past.
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