Think ahead. Kane Brown is already preparing for how he and his Katelyn JaeKingsley’s daughter on being biracial.
“I’m just going to try to tell her to be polite, respect everyone, don’t do anything you can’t do and you’ll be fine,” said the country singer, 26, exclusively. Us weekly while promoting his remix “Homesick (Veterans Version)”. “I will always tell her, ‘Be safe and keep her eyes open and aware at all times and just cooperate.'”
The Tennessee native and his wife, 28, welcomed their baby girl in October 2019. The little one is a “very happy” baby, Brown said. “She laughs all the time, rarely acts. She might get a flare once a month if she’s super tired or something, but she’s best to tell you what she wants. ‘
As for 9-month-old milestones, Kingsley “can now crawl through the military.” “She can drive a hundred miles an hour in her little roll,” explained the “Heaven” singer. “She’s actually really good at not hitting things like, she’s about to hit something and she will stop. She can also say “Dada” and “Mama”. ”
Kingsley’s parents were married in Tennessee in October 2018. Six months later, the couple announced they had a little one on the way. “Me, you and baby,” Jae captioned an Instagram video of her ultrasound appointment at the time. “By far the coolest day of my life. I could hardly stop laughing / crying to get her photos taken, but I’m sooooo happy and excited. @kanebrown_music I love you so much and am so excited to have an addition to our family to share our daily fun, travel and love. ”
Prior to Kingsley’s arrival, Brown told exclusively U.S that he saw himself becoming a “good father” and explained, “I love my father, but I haven’t really had a father figure … so I’m going to try to do everything I can to get the best out of myself. “
The American Music Award winner teams up with Crown Royal and seasoned singers and songwriters to release his “Homesick” remix. For each stream, the Crown Royal Purple Bag Project will pack a bag in support of Packages From Home for America’s heroes.
With reporting by Kayley Stumpe