Kelley becomes a dad
Thursday, February 11, 2016
– Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley is a dad.
Wife Cassie Kelley gave birth this morning to a baby boy, Ward Charles. He weighed in at 7 lbs. 9 oz. and is 20 inches long.
"Baby Kelley has arrived, y'all!" the couple posted on Cassie Kelley's web site.
"We can't stop staring at him and he hasn't stopped chitchatting with us since he arrived. He's got momma's nose and daddy's eyes and vocal chords and a head full of blond hair. We feel like our life just began today and are so grateful for a healthy baby boy in our arms."
"We feel like our life just began today are and are so grateful for a healthy baby boy in our arms," they said.
The couple had been public about fertility issues.
Charles Kelley released his debut solo disc, "The Driver," last week.
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