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Aldean becomes a dad again

Monday, February 4, 2019 – Jason Aldean became a dad again as his wife, Brittany, gave birth to a girl.

Aldean tweeted, "Today our family became complete as we welcomed our daughter Navy Rome to the world. Born on 2/4/19 weighing 7lbs 12oz and looking identical to her older brother. So excited to watch what life has in store for this little princess."

The couple were married in 2015 and had a son, Memphis Aldean Williams, on Dec. 1, 2017. Aldean has two daughters - Kendyl, 11, and Keeley, 15 - from his first marriage.

Aldean said in an interview that he and his wife wanted to have one more child with them being close together in age.


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