Justin Moore Welcomes Third Baby Girl

Justin and wife Kate add daughter, Rebecca Klein, to their family.

It’s a girl! Congratulations to Justin Moore and his wife, Kate, whose third baby arrived safe and sound on Monday, July 14.

Rebecca Klein, the couple’s third daughter, weighed in at 6 pounds 13 ounces and measured 19 1/4 inches long. Both Kate and Justin were eagerly awaiting the little one, as they decided to wait until arrival to see what the gender would be.

“I’m so screwed,” Justin tells Country Weekly exclusively, laughing at having yet another female in the household.

Like her big sisters, their newest daughter’s name comes from family. “My grandma’s name is Rebecca,” Justin reveals, “but we’re going to call her Klein. We came up with that, and then I went, ‘Oh shoot . . . that’s Mike from Eli Young Band’s baby.’ I saw him somewhere, and I said, ‘Dude, do you mind if we name my kid that?’” 

Justin does admit to hoping he might have a boy this time around, so he isn’t ruling out the possibility of having another child.

“Somebody asked me theother day if the new baby was a girl, would we try again,” Justin says with a grin. “I said, ‘Well I’ll see how brave we are or how many cocktails we have one night, and accidentally have another one.’ We’ll see. But golly, if we had another girl . . . good Lord! If we had a boy, I’d be done. That would be it.”

However, Justin knows he is blessed with three beautiful daughters, so he isn’t complaining by any means. “I’d like to have a boy to carry on the namesake. I would also like to experience having a boy, but if I don’t, I don’t,” he says in all seriousness. “It’s not a big deal.”

Klein joins big sisters Ella (4) and Kennedy (2). Congrats to the entire family from their friends at Country Weekly!

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