PHOTOS: Kane Brown and Wife Katelyn Host At-Home Red Carpet with 2-Year-Old Daughter Kingsley
Kane Brown and his wife, Katelyn, brought the CMA Awards home with their very own red carpet! The couple and…
Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown, Kingsley; Photo via Instagram
Kane Brown and his wife, Katelyn, brought the CMA Awards home with their very own red carpet!
The couple and their daughter, Kingsley, posed in front of a maroon backdrop ahead of the big show, making for a frame-worthy family snapshot.
Even though she didn’t get to strut her stuff on the CMA red carpet, little Kingsley still got dressed up, sporting a light pink dress with a tulle skirt, a black and gold jacket, a headband, and an adorable pair of Nike shoes.
“Cmas tonight! The plan was to walk Kingsley down the carpet for the first time but it didn’t work out so we made our own,” Brown captioned his Instagram post.
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Katelyn also shared a picture from their at home photoshoot on Instagram.
“CMA date 💕,” she captioned the photo.
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Brown and Young were nominated for three CMA Awards, including Music Video Of The Year, Musical Event Of The Year, and Single Of The Year for “Famous Friends.”
Next up, Kane Brown will appear on the 2021 American Music Awards with a performance of his latest single, “One Mississippi.”
Hosted by Cardi B, the 49th Annual American Music Awards will broadcast live from the Microsoft Center in Los Angeles, California, on November 21, 2021.
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