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Rhett becomes a dad again

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 – Thomas Rhett became a father again on Tuesday with wife Lauren giving birth to their third girl.

Rhett posted on Instagram, "Lennon Love Akins was born at 8:30 AM on February 10th! It was such a joy to watch this little angel be brought into the world. My wife is just incredible through the entire birth...watching our kids meet Lennon for the first time was probably the sweetest thing I've ever seen in my whole life! Ada James and Willa Gray are going to be the best big sisters on the planet. The Lord is so good and I'm so grateful for my beautiful growing family!! Y'all pray for us as we switch from man on man defense to zone."

Lennon Akins weighed in at 9 pounds, 2 ounces.


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