Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill and Wife Lily Aldridge Expecting

Frontman married Victoria's Secret model in May

December 29, 2011 11:45 AM ET
Caleb Followill
Caleb Followill and wife Lily Aldridge
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Kings of Leon's Caleb Followill and his wife, Lily Aldridge, are expecting a baby, Us Weekly confirms. The singer and his wife, a Victoria's Secret model, were married in Santa Barbara in May after dating for two years.

It's been an eventful year for Followill, whose bandmates – brothers Nathan and Jared and cousin Matthew – urged him to enter rehab after part of a summer concert tour was canceled due to the singer's "exhaustion." The band also endured a public feud with Glee creator Ryan Murphy when they declined the show permission for their song "Use Somebody." On a lighter note, earlier this month Followill and his brothers made an appearance on the FX sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

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