'It's a GIRL!': Hank Williams Jr's daughter Holly welcomes fourth child as she gives birth while traveling
FAIRHOPE, ALABAMA: 'It's a GIRL!!!!!!!!!!!!!' Holly Williams, 41, announced on Sunday, September 25, that she has given birth to her fourth child, Daily Mail reported. Holly, who is the daughter of country singer Hank Williams Jr and the granddaughter of Hank Williams, shared a series of images holding her new baby girl and wrote in the caption, "It's a GIRL!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
The mother of four continued by expressing the joy her other three kids are feeling as a result of the birth of their new sibling. She wrote, "Stella June, Lillie Mae and Arlo are absolutely, deliriously in love with her along with @colemantime and myself."
The country singer is married to Chris Coleman, 42, who is also her songwriting partner and they have three other children - son, Arlo Gale, 5, and two daughters, Lillie Mae Louise, 6, and Stella June, eight. She revealed the baby's name and wrote, "Georgia Grace Coleman came into this world at 12:08am two weeks ago today on September 25th 👼🏼 "
The 'Sometimes' singer exclaimed, "She is a dream come true, and she brings the most beautiful light and tenderness with her in the room wherever she goes. From the hospital to our home, she has filled these spaces up with deep awe and joy. I’m eternally grateful, and can’t wait to share more of her precious moments."
The well-known singer-songwriter revealed in a different Instagram post that she gave birth while traveling with her mother, Becky Williams, and her two daughters, Stella June and Lillie Mae, to Fairhope, Alabama, one of Holly's "favorite spots."
Holly wrote in her post, "Well, leave it up to me to want one last hoorah before baby! Mama and the girls and I went to one of my favorite spots-Fairhope, Alabama- to celebrate Stella June’s last weekend as a 7 year old and get in some girl time before bringing a newborn home!"
Holly had been enjoying "classic Fairhope things," such as "strolling the dreamy shops, drooling over the oak trees and historic homes," and sipping virgin pina coladas, when suddenly she felt "hysterical pain" and was taken to the hospital. Holly continued by saying that she had an emergency C-section to deliver Georgia Grace.
The singer of 'Three Days in Bed', who sadly lost her sister Katherine Williams-Dunning in a car accident in 2020, wrote on Instagram about a touching moment she shared with her doctor at the hospital. She wrote, "The doctor on call came rushing in the room and said 'I’ve been praying for your family almost everyday since y’all lost Katie'. I didn’t know him at all, he read about it in the news, and of course I broke down crying. He shared with me some specific prayers he had been leaning into. I immediately felt completely safe and like I was right where I needed to be, in the midst of the chaos and rushed c-section."