Luke Combs and his wife, Nicole CombsThey are officially parents of two.
Nicole announced via Instagram On Thursday, August 31, she gave birth to the couple’s second baby. “15.8.2023 – Beau Lee Combs. Welcome to the world. We couldn’t love you more,” she captioned the reveal, which included writing the newborn’s name on a Polaroid photo.
The couple, who previously gave birth to son Tex in June 2022, announced in March that they are expecting baby #2.
“Join the 2 under 2 club! Baby #2 coming this September!!” Luke wrote via Instagram at the time.
Tex was born on Father’s Day last year, which made his arrival extra special for Luke and his wife. “Last Father’s Day will be hard to top 🥲,” Nicole captioned Tex’s Instagram debut in 2022. “Welcome to the world Tex Lawrence Combs. You are the coolest angel boy and I am so happy that I was chosen to be your mom. These are the days 🤍.”
For his part, Luke gushed about the milestone own contribution. “Well, he decided Father’s Day would be a good time to show up. I can only agree,” he wrote. “Me and @nicolejcombs are beyond blissful in love with this little guy. Mom and baby are healthy and we are now back home with the family. Life is good. Everyone welcome Tex Lawrence Combs to the world!”
The “Fast Car” singer and Nicole met after meeting at a songwriting event in September 2016.
“I realized we could hang out and just be ourselves in front of each other,” Nicole said Nashville Lifestyles in February 2021. “I might not wear makeup and be my weird self — because we’re all weird, but we can choose who to share that side of us with.” We could be weird in front of each other. So I thought, ‘You know what? This guy is a Keeper.’”
After nearly two years of dating, Luke announced in November 2018 that he had popped the question. “She said yes a while ago, but it’s a lot better to take photos here than in the kitchen,” he says wrote via Instagram next to it is a shot of the embracing couple. “I can’t wait to spend eternity with you.”
In August 2020, the two tied the knot at their home in south Florida, but had to bar 120 people from the ceremony due to COVID-19 restrictions.
“That little thing made it cool because we really got to talk to everyone in attendance and spend time with each one of them,” Luke recalls Nashville Lifestyles in February 2021.