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Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill and Wife Have a Baby Girl

Lily Aldridge gave birth in Nashville on Thursday

June 22, 2012 11:40 AM ET
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Caleb Followill and Lily Aldridge at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles
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Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill and wife Lily Aldridge are now the parents of a baby girl, reports Us Weekly. On June 21st, Aldrige gave birth in Nashville at Vanderbilt University's Medical Center. This is the couple's first child. The KoL frontman and Victoria's Secret model were married in May of last year.

"Dixie Pearl Followill was born at 1am on June 21, 2012. 7lbs 11 oz, 22 inches," the band's rep tells Rolling Stone. "Mom, Dad and baby are happy, healthy and enjoying their new addition."

After a rocky summer in 2011, settling down seems to be a priority for Kings of Leon. This past April, Caleb's brother Jared got engaged to Martha Patterson, proposing at his Nashville home.

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