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First Photo Of Chris Stapleton’s Twin Boys

Chris Stapleton and his wife Morgane welcomed twin boys a couple of weeks ago causing the singer to miss the Academy of Country Music Awards. Reba McEntire took the stage to accept Stapleton’s Album of the Year award and share he was unable to attend the awards show because his twin sons decided to arrive a little early.

Now a little over a week later, Morgane has shared the first photo of their two boys, along with expressing her gratitude to those at the hospital.

“Thank you for all the love! We’re so grateful to finally be home with our sweet family. We would like to say a special thank you to all the incredible nurses & doctors at Centennial Women’s & Children’s Hospital in Nashville. At more than a month early, we had a week long stay in the nicu & the incredible people there kept our boys healthy & happy. Words cannot express our gratitude for you all & what you did for our family. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!” she shared in an Instagram post featuring her kissing her baby boys.

Last October during his concert at the Starplex Pavilion in Dallas, the singer announced his family was expanding with a little shout out to his wife.

“She’s the mother of my two kids, and she’s about to be the mother of two more,” Stapleton said of his wife who was on stage with him for "Tennessee Whiskey".

Two days later, Morgane confirmed the news on her social media, as she wished her husband a happy anniversary.

“14 years, 2 babies, & 2 more on the way. Happy 10 year anniversary babe! You make my whole world go round,” she wrote on Instagram.

Although Chris Stapleton’s wife has shared the first photos of their newborn twins, the couple has not yet released their names or the confirmed the time and date they were born. The couple does their best to keep their children out of the spotlight, despite having them on tour when possible.

Congrats go out to the Stapleton family on the two little bundles of joy that have blessed their now family of six.

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