Kane Brown and Wife Reveal The Name They Chose For Their Daughter
Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn Jae have officially chosen a name for their daughter-to-be, and it looks like they’re…
Kane Brown and Wife; Photo via Instagram
Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn Jae have officially chosen a name for their daughter-to-be, and it looks like they’re keeping the tradition of the “K” name alive.
The “Homesick” singer and his ladylove took to their respective social media feeds on Wednesday (Aug. 14) to reveal the name they’ve chosen for their first child – Kingsley Rose. They also shared their gratitude for good friends Jason Aldean and his wife, Brittany, who hosted their baby shower.
“Officially announcing our baby’s name! Kingsley can’t wait for u to be here!” Brown wrote on social media, alongside a photo featuring him and Jae looking quite elegant. “Thank you @jasonaldean and @brittanyaldean for throwing us this awesome baby shower ? love you guys!!!”
Brown is all smiles in the photo as he stands next to his pregnant wife with one hand gently caressing her baby bump. A glowing Jae, meanwhile, is seen sporting a beautiful metallic maternity gown holding a purple balloon that reads, “Kingsley.”
The soon-to-be mommy, who shared the same snap on her Instagram page, also wrote, “Thank you @brittanyaldean for throwing @kanebrown_music & I the most beautiful baby shower! We can’t wait for you to be here Kingsley.”
Brown’s current Ride All Night tour mate Aldean even got in on the online reveal with a photo and caption of his own. On Instagram, he wrote, “My dude! @kanebrown_music is about to be a daddy! So happy for him and @katelynbrown.”
Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae, who tied the knot in Oct. 2018, confirmed six months later they were expecting their first child together. They revealed their baby’s gender during the Billboard Music Awards. Congratulations to the happy couple!
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