Kane Brown Shares Precious Moments with His Daughters, Kingsley Rose and Kodi Jane
“Back home to my babies,” Brown shared.
Kane Brown, Kingsley; Photo via Instagram
Kane Brown reunited with his daughters after several days on the road and the photos and video of their reunion are priceless.
The country superstar, who is in the midst of his Drunk of Dreaming Tour, is soaking up all of the snuggles with his girls, Kingsley Rose, 3, and Kodi Jane, 1. He captured the moments in a series of photos and a video and shared them to Instagram for the world to see.
The CMT Music Awards winner is all smiles as he cuddles up with his daughters.
“Back home to my babies ❤️,” Brown captioned the post.
In the third slide, he shared a video and prompts his eldest daughter to share a sweet message.
“Hi world, I love you. And everybody should be happy. Thanks, bye-bye,” she says, repeating after Brown.
The platinum-selling star recently had to miss Kingsley’s dance recital due to his touring schedule. His wife, Katelyn, stayed back to play the role of “dance mom” and shared an adorable video recap of the recital day on Instagram.
The video clip took fans through their recital day, beginning with Kingley’s makeup session. Katelyn also showcased clips from Kingley’s dance and the sweet moment she received a bouquet of flowers after her time on stage.
“So proud of my baby at her first recital…. I’m officially a dance mom 😂,” Katelyn captioned the clip of their 3-year-old.
Kane was sad to have to miss the special moment and wrote, “😭😭😭 and I wasn’t there.”
Katelyn has been joining him on the run to perform their chart-topping, Platinum-certified duet, “Thank God.” The moment is a highlight of Brown’s electrifying live shows, however, since she stayed back to be with Kingsley, Kane had fans fill in for her on his latest run of shows.
Most recently, Kane and Katelyn Brown were honored when “Thank God” took home the title of Video of the Year at the 2023 CMT Music Awards. It was an emotional moment for the beloved country couple.
“Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. I am, first off I’m so nervous. This is all so new to me and when we recorded this song a year ago, I never in my life would ever think that this was ever gonna happen,” Katelyn shared from the stage. “But I just wanna say thank you so much to my amazing husband, I love you. This is so special that we get to share this together every night. I love you so much.”
The pair also had the opportunity to perform “Thank God” during the 2023 CMT Music Awards, marking the television debut of the song.
Their performance took place on an outdoor stage and had fans swooning. Re-live the moment below.
Directed by Brown’s longtime collaborator, Alex Alvga, the Video of the Year-winning music video follows the couple around Hawaii as they cruise down a picturesque road in a vintage Bronco with the top down, enjoy a walk through a luscious tropical rainforest, and escape the world together in a mountainside bungalow.
The video concludes with the couple embracing on a beach as the sun sets around them, making for a truly stunning scene.
“Thank God” was released in September as part of Brown’s latest album, Different Man. It was co-written by Josh Hoge, Jaxson Free, Kyle Fishman, Christian Davis, and Jared Mullins.
“Bury Me In Georgia”
Kane Brown’s new single, “Bury Me In Georgia,” is at country radio now. He recently shared a live performance video for the song.
Fans will have plenty of other opportunities to see the couple perform together on Kane Brown’s Drunk Or Dreaming Tour. The trek has a slew of dates still on the books through September.
Visit his official website for a complete list of upcoming tour dates.
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