An album (Anthem) dropping in June, a tour kicking off that same month and a baby arriving this fall — life is sure getting busy for Hanson’s youngest member, Zac Hanson! Zac and his wife Kate have confirmed to People that they’ll be adding a third baby to their family this fall. Baby will have two older siblings — Shepherd, 5, and Junia Rosa Ruth, 2.5 — to look up to.
As a member of the band Hanson with his two brothers, Taylor Hanson is used to being part of a trio. His own children, though, are getting to enjoy the perks of being in a much larger group! Hanson and his wife Natalie welcomed their fifth baby yesterday: daughter Wilhelmina Jane was born October 2nd. Wilhelmina joins elder siblings Ezra (who’ll turn 10 on Halloween), Penelope (7), River (6) and Viggo (3).
Taylor Hanson has come a long way since MMM-Bop … now, he’s moving on to mmmmore babies! The singer and his wife Natalie are expecting their fifth baby later this year. In making the happy announcement, Hanson said, “Natalie and I are so anxious to meet our fifth mini-Hanson, as are the four siblings at home who are counting the days to the arrival.” Those four siblings are Ezra (9), Penelope (7), River (5) and Viggo (3). In addition to preparing for the newest addition, Hanson is also in the middle of a world tour with brothers Isaac and Zac.
Finishing up a big tour, getting ready for the holidays and — oh yes! — welcoming a baby girl! With a list like this, Zac Hanson and his wife, Kate, have had quite a bit keeping them busy! The couple will no doubt slow down now that daughter Junia Rosa Ruth, who arrived Wednesday, December 15th, has arrived. Junia, who weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces, joins 2.5-year-old brother Shepherd in the Hanson house.
This year is shaping up to be a pretty big year for Zac Hanson, one third of the Hanson trio. The band released their fifth album, Shout It Out, last month and is getting ready to kick off their tour later this month. On top of that, Zac and his wife Kate are expecting their second child. Baby #2 — no news on when he or she may arrive — will join older brother John Ira Shepherd, 2.