Jason Aldean and wife Brittany Kerr expecting baby girl, break the news with fun gender reveal video
Jason Aldean and wife Brittany Kerr, married since 2015, broke the news of expecting a baby girl by sharing a video of a fun game wherein their older children took a guess.
Almost a month after their baby-on-the-way announcement, Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr have finally revealed the gender of their baby no 2 - and it's a girl! The country singer and his 30-year-old wife, married since 2015, broke the news via social media sharing a video of a fun game wherein their older children took a guess whether or not it is going to be a baby brother or a sister.
“Jason and I already know what it is, so this is just for the girls, to see their excitement,” Brittany explained in the video, just before Kendyl, 10, and Keeley, 15 - Jason's daughters from a previous marriage - batted a ball, which exploded into a cloud of pink dust. Needless to say, the girls appeared pretty excited as the touching moment was in turn documented by the couple.
"Whats it gonna be?" the 'You Make It Easy' singer later captioned the clip on his official Instagram account. The fun gender reveal comes a month after Jason and his wife, who are already parents to a baby boy, Memphis Aldine Williams, announced that they are expecting a second child.
"Sup everybody....... guess who is gonna be a BIG brother! #thisdude #aldeanpartyof6," the 41-year-old country crooner had shared at the time alongside a heartwarming picture of his son, all decked in a cute "big brother" onesie. Speaking about their second bundle of joy, though, the couple has been open in the past about undergoing vitro fertilization (IVF).
“After having our son, we knew we wanted to have two kids,” Jason told People magazine. “I have my two older daughters already, so after Memphis was born we knew we wanted to have another one pretty quick — to go ahead and knock it out and have one that was a little closer in age to him.”
Even Brittany has been quite candid about the struggles of trying to conceive their first son and their desires to eventually expand the family. “It was the longest process,” the 30-year-old former cheerleader had said on the Babies and Babies podcast.
She added, “It was such a roller coaster and I ended up, through it all, having endometriosis. After a year and a half of trying, they’re finally life, ‘We think you might have endometriosis.’ I’m like, ‘Ugh … after all that, are you kidding me?’”
About going the IVF way, the expectant mom added that when she was finally pregnant, it was the "most exciting thing ever". “We want probably just one more, because he has two children already, and then we had him, so I feel like four is a lot. But I want to try again, just so that Memphis has a friend that’s close to his age,” dished the mother-to-be.