Morgan Wallen’s Son Indie Turns Two, See Photos From His ‘Born Two To Be Wilder’ Birthday Party

Morgan Wallen’s son, Indigo (Indie) Wilder, is officially two years old!  The chart-topping singer/songwriter took to Instagram to celebrate Indie’s…


Lauren Jo Black

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July 12, 2022


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Morgan Wallen with Son, Indie; Photo via Instagram, KT Smith with son, Indie; Photo by Morgan Raum

Morgan Wallen’s son, Indigo (Indie) Wilder, is officially two years old! 

The chart-topping singer/songwriter took to Instagram to celebrate Indie’s recent birthday with a sweet post on Tuesday evening (July 12). 

Alongside a photo of himself holding his now 2-year-old, Wallen shared, “2 years in this world. I can’t wait to see who you become.”

His post included a second photo of just Indie from what appears to be the day of his birthday party. 

According to Indie’s mom’s Instagram, the party took place over the weekend at Allenbrooke Farms in Franklin, Tennessee. 

Indie rang in his birthday with a ‘Born Two To Be Wilder’ themed party that included safari-themed elements such as an adorable matching two-piece outfit with cheetahs on it and a custom photo booth with a balloon arch and backdrop that read “Born Two Be Wilder.” 

The decorations also featured a white teepee that was branded with ‘Indie’s Safari’ and the cutest cake that was shaped like a lion’s head. 

Guests enjoyed handmade cookies by Bakers Dozen that were in the shapes of Elephants, Giraffes, Lions and more. 

KT Smith’s post indicated that Wallen attended his son’s party alongside his closest relatives, including his mother Lesli, father Tommy and sisters Mikaela and Ashlyne.

Morgan Wallen, ERNEST; Photo via Instagram
Morgan Wallen, ERNEST; Photo via Instagram

Wallen’s longtime friend and Big Loud labelmate ERNEST also attended the party with his wife, Delaney, and their 1-year-old son Ryman. 

Morgan Wallen; Photo by David Lehr
Morgan Wallen; Photo by David Lehr

During a recent interview with Backstage Country, Wallen opened up about spending time with his son.

“It always really made me happy to have him and to know that I had a kid and someone who looked up to me, but the older he gets, you know, the more I see him becoming a person and becoming like me in ways. I don’t know man, I’m just proud, it makes me proud as hell. I try to spend as much time as I can with him.”

Wallen and KT Smith welcomed Indigo Wilder on Friday, July 10, 2020 at 5:43 p.m, Indie weighed 6lbs, 13oz at birth. Indigo is the first child for both Wallen and Smith, who were engaged for three years prior to breaking up in 2019.

Despite no longer being in a relationship, Wallen and his ex-fiancée, KT Smith, are working together to raise their now 2-year-old son, Indie.

“[Co-parenting is] good, I got no complaints,” Wallen recently shared while on the red carpet at the Billboard Music Awards with Entertainment Tonight. “I was worried about it at first, but I feel very comfortable with it and I’m really proud of the way me and his mom handle it,” he continued.

Last year, Wallen and his family celebrated Indie’s 1st Birthday with a cowboy-themed birthday party at the GratiDude Ranch in Franklin, Tennessee.

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