Taylor Hanson and His Wife Natalie Just Welcomed Baby #6 — Find Out His Name!
The Hanson family just got a little bigger! Taylor Hanson and his wife, Natalie, got a belated Christmas present when they welcomed their sixth child on Wednesday, December 26.
“Our new little man, Indy, is the best gift our family could imagine,” the happy parents told People via a rep, adding that the little one, a baby boy whose full name is Claude Indiana Emmanuel Hanson, was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “His arrival brings with it a new sense of adventure and excitement for the future.”
The Hanson singer also took to Instagram to share a picture of the newborn and a message to his wife. “Happy Birthday to my best friend and beautiful wife Natalie. Overjoyed to share the gift of a lifetime, little Indiana Hanson, born 12.26.2018.”
The little one joins the couple’s five older children: six-year-old Wilhelmina Jane, 10-year-old Viggo Moriah, 12-year-old River Samuel, 13-year-old Penelope Anne, and 16-year-old Jordan Ezra.
Taylor’s brothers and bandmates are parents, too, so Indy has a lot of people looking out for him. Zac Hanson has four children — two-year-old Mary Lucille Diana, five-year-old George Abraham Walker, eight-year-old Junia Rose Ruth, and 10-year-old John Ira Shepherd — while Isaac Hanson has four-year-old Nina Odette, 10-year-old James Monroe, and 11-year-old Clarke Everett.
Taylor announced that baby number six was on the way in August, sharing a photo of his growing family with the message, “What’s better than being a dad of five? Perhaps being a dad of six. Baby Hanson coming in December and we are over the moon.”
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