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Young to become a dad again

Wednesday, January 27, 2021 – Brett Young announced today on social media that he was going to become a father for the second time.

The baby is due this summer.

"And then we were 4," the singer posted on Instagram. "It seems like just yesterday we found out our little Presley was on her way. We are beyond blessed by this growing little family!"

In an interview with People, Young said, "We really wanted them to be close enough in age so they could have a lot of things in common and be best friends," Young says. "Tay had her sister close in age growing up, so we both felt strongly we wanted Presley to have the same."

"Tay is so close with her sister, and that's something we always knew we wanted for Presley," he said."We feel very blessed!"

Young and his wife, Taylor Mills, married in 2018 and had Presley, a girl, in November 2019.

Young has released two major label albums and had hits with "Sleep Without You," "In Case You Didn't Know," "Like I Loved You," "Mercy," "Here Tonight" and "Catch."


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