Kane Brown Shares New Family Photos with Baby Girl, Kingsley Rose

Kane Brown wife Katelynn photo shoot with baby Kingsley Rose
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Ever since Kane Brown and wife Katelynn Jae welcomed their beautiful  baby daughter, Kingsley Rose Brown, into the world, the country singer has been sharing special moments with his little girl on social media.

This time around, it looks like Kane and his growing family did a little photo shoot to capture their quarantine time together.

[RELATED: Kane Brown and Wife Katelyn Jae Welcome Baby Girl, Kingsley Rose Brown]

Kane took to Instagram to share the family photo. He then posted a photo of just himself and his baby girl, Kingsley, with a caption that said, “Last one sorry.” No need to apologize Kane, we can look at that precious baby girl all day. Keep them coming.

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My babies ❤️

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Kane’s friends and followers immediately took to the comments section to share the love.

Loveeeeee,” wrote Raelynn

Lindsay Ell shared her feelings with three red heart emojis.

“I literally can’t handle how cute she is please let me babysit! 😍,” shared Carly Pearce.

“Such a beautiful family,” added a fan.

And of course, mom Katelyn add her comments saying, “My loves,” next to the photo of Kane and Kingsley.

The couple announced the birth of their first child in October 2019 on social media by simply writing, ““KB3 ❤️ welcome to the family Kingsley Rose Brown!!!!,” alongside a family photo.

[RELATED: Kane Brown Releases Important New Song, “Worldwide Beautiful,” When it is Most Needed]

As Kane enjoys much love at home during quarantine, he’s also sharing that love with the world by releasing a new song, “Worldwide Beautiful,’ about healing and unity.  Although he wrote the song over a year ago, Kane thought now was the time to share his peaceful message as protests for equality continue throughout out the country.

Coast to coast, city to city / Reach out your hands if you’re with me / Still got some work but we still got a dream / Every shade, every heart come together and sing,” Kane sings.

Proceeds from the song will be donated to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America who advocate justice and equality for the millions of young people who count on their presence in their communities across the country.

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Last one sorry ❤️

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