Kane Brown has shared the cutest gender reveal video, telling the world the sex of the baby he and his wife Katelyn are expecting later this year.
Taking to Instagram, the I Can Feel It singer unveiled a reaction video with a smile plastered on his face as he looked at his eldest daughter, Kingsley Rose, dressed like a scientist. The camera then panned to a cake on the table, and Brown told his daughter that the colour in the middle would reveal if Katelyn is having a girl or boy.
Cutting into the cake with the writing “What will the baby be?” on it using champagne glasses, the family showed that they’re expecting “baby boy Brown” in 2024. You can watch the video below.
The gender reveal comes after Brown surprised the world on Christmas Day, sharing that he and Katelyn were expecting their third child. Sharing a beautiful image of the family dressed in white and grey in front of their Christmas tree, Kingsley Rose held Katelyn’s ultrasound photo, revealing her pregnancy.
In the cheeky caption, Brown wrote, “Last Christmas of 4 ❤️ Merry Christmas everyone!!”
Congratulations to the Brown family! Countrytown wishes Katelyn Brown a safe and smooth pregnancy.
Kane Brown has a spotty track record of sharing information about his family: he shared the timeline of his and Katelyn’s journey with Kingsley Rose in real-time but only revealed (now one-year-old) Kodi Jane to the public after she’d already been born.
In January 2022, Katelyn shared a post explaining why she chose to keep her pregnancy with Kodi Jane out of the spotlight.
"These past 9 months have been so sacred and special to me,” she wrote. “Choosing to keep my pregnancy quiet was the best decision I've ever made. Soaking in special moments with my daughter and husband without the influence of social media and outside world made this time that much more intimate and unforgettable."
Following the 2022 release of his third album, Different Man, Kane Brown enjoyed a steady year of happenings in 2023. He and Katelyn released an orchestral redux of their song Thank God (the original version of which appeared on Different Man) in February, followed by a live performance – recorded at the iconic Fenway Park in Boston – in August.
The following month saw Brown drop a standalone single titled I Can Feel It (after weeks of teasing), and in October, he released another version of his famed Blue Christmas cover.