Thomas Rhett and His Family Are Moving
Thomas Rhett’s house is bursting at the seams and with a third daughter on the way, things are about to…
Thomas Rhett; Photo by John Shearer
Thomas Rhett’s house is bursting at the seams and with a third daughter on the way, things are about to get much worse, which is why the superstar and his wife have made the decision to relocate.
“We are about to move into a new house,” Rhett recently shared with CMT’s Cody Alan. “We physically don’t have any more rooms for a new baby!”
Adding that he is indeed “excited” to have all girls, Rhett also revealed that this pregnancy has been “a little bit tougher” on his wife.
“…She is a champion — making it through it,” he admitted. “She is 21 weeks pregnant, so a little more than halfway.”
Although they have some time to decide on a name (Lauren is due in early February), they have been narrowing down their options throughout her pregnancy.
“We haven’t really picked out names, but we are starting to finalize on 4 or 5 that we love,” he revealed.
It sounds like a big house is definitely necessary, as Rhett, who was recently named one of Nashville Lifestyle‘s Most Beautiful People, insists his family isn’t complete.
“We’re not done yet,” he told the publication. “We would love to adopt again, so I think our family is going to be massive by the time we’re said and done. We’ve got another shot [at a boy].”
Until then, the “Remember You Young” singer will continue to enjoy his time as a “girl dad.”
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