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Country star Jason Aldean's wife, Brittany, shares baby bump pic, says she's 'about to pop!'
The country star's wife, Brittany, said she's "about to pop" at 37 weeks pregnant. Her late-stage pregnancy pic looks a tad uncomfortable.
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Country star Jason Aldean's wife, Brittany, gave us a can't-miss visual reminder that it won't be long until their second child arrives.
"About to pop!" Brittany Kerr, 30, captioned herwith an emoji of a champagne bottle, this weekend.
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The couple's second child together is a girl due in February. The baby girl will join 1-year-old brother, Memphis, born last December. Aldean has daughters Keeley, 15, and Kendyl, 11, from a previous marriage.
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The couple have already picked out the most colorful name for her shared in November on social media: Navy Rome Williams.
The "Drowns the Whiskey" singer and four-time Grammy-nominated artist said earlier this month in an ABC News radio interview that life's been busy. He sold a house, had 10 days to find a new one, and having another baby on the way made things that much more of a nail-biter.
"I got 10 days to get out and move into a new house that I don’t have, so it’s been crazy. Plus, my wife is about to pop any second."
It appears she agrees!
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