How Kane Brown Will Talk to Daughter About Biracial Identity


Kane Brown Talks Daughter Kingsley Biracial Identity
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Thinking ahead. Kane Brown is already preparing for how he will speak to his and Katelyn Jae’s daughter, Kingsley, about being biracial.

“I’m just gonna try and tell her just to be polite as possible, respect to everybody, don’t do anything that you shouldn’t be doing and you should be fine,” the country singer, 26, exclusively told Us Weekly while promoting his “Homesick (Veterans Version)” remix. “I’ll always tell her, ‘Be safe and keep her eyes open and aware at all times and just cooperate.’”

The Tennessee native and his wife, 28, welcomed their baby girl in October 2019. The little one is a “very happy” baby, Brown said. “She smiles all the time, rarely acts out. She’ll have an outburst maybe once a month when she’s super tired or something, but she’s pretty good on telling you what she wants.”

Kane Brown Talks Daughter Kingsley Biracial Identity
Kane Brown and his daughter, Kingsley. Courtesy Kane Brown/Instagram

As for the 9-month-old’s milestones, Kingsley “can army crawl” now. “She can do a hundred miles per hour in her little walker thing,” the “Heaven” singer explained. “She’s actually really good at not hitting things, like, she’ll be about to hit something and she’ll stop. She can also say ‘Dada’ and ‘Mama.’”

Kingsley’s parents tied the knot in October 2018 in Tennessee. Six months later, the pair announced that they had a little one on the way. “Me, u and baby,” Jae captioned an Instagram video from her ultrasound appointment at the time. “The coolest day of my life by far. I barely could stop laughing / crying to let her get pictures but I am soooooo happy and excited. @kanebrown_music I love you so much & am so excited to have an addition to our family to share our everyday fun, travel & love with.”

Ahead of Kingsley’s arrival, Brown exclusively told Us that he saw himself becoming “a good dad,” explaining, “I love my dad, but I haven’t really had a father figure … so I’m going to try and do everything that I can to be the best that I can be.”

The American Music Award winner has teamed up with Crown Royal and veteran singers and songwriters to release his “Homesick” remix. For each stream, the Crown Royal Purple Bag Project will pack a bag in support of Packages From Home for America’s heroes.

With reporting by Kayley Stumpe



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