Kane Brown’s New Family Photo Proves Taking Pictures With a Baby Is No Easy Task
Instagram may be life’s highlight reel, but Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn are keeping it real, proving life at…
Katelyn Jae and Kane Brown; Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images
Instagram may be life’s highlight reel, but Kane Brown and his wife Katelyn are keeping it real, proving life at home with a baby is not always easy.
Katelyn’s latest Instagram snap features the couple alongside their 8-month-old daughter, Kingsley, who appears to be a bit distracted during their impromptu photo session.
“Tried getting a good fam pic today, but this is how it turned out ?❤️,” Katelyn captioned the adorable snapshot.
The two photos show the family of three laying on the ground posing for the camera. In the first image, Kingsley is seen grabbing at her mom’s face while Kane looks directly at the camera. In the second photo, Kingsley appears to be concentrating on posing with her WubbaNub in her mouth, while her mom and dad aren’t quite photo-ready.
The photos may not be perfect, but they perfectly depict the unpredictable life with a baby.
Kane Brown has been soaking up a lot of family time while quarantined at home with Katelyn and Kingsley. The couple has kept fans updated throughout their time at home via Instagram and TikTok, sharing various photos and videos of their sweet family.
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