Paula Deen's Daughter-In-Law Claudia Shows Triplets’ Faces for the First Time in a New Photo

Gracious Egedegbe
May 18, 2019
10:13 A.M.
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Food Network Star, Paula Deen is a proud grandma of an endearing set of triplet born to her TV chef son, Bobby Deen.


The mother of the triplet, Claudia Deen, took to her Instagram page to share a beautiful family photo featuring her hubby and their adorable babies.


In the photo, the family-of-five pulled off the enchanting look as they matched in white outfits. While Bobby held on to two kids, Claudia carried the third in her arms.

The couple became first-time parents of not one but three bundles of joy in October 2018, which was three months and a half earlier than the time projected for the birth.


The overjoyed grandma, Paula, shared the joyful news in a video on her

Facebook page

. She said gleefully:

“Bobby and Claudia’s babies came. She was 26 weeks, and four days, so they’re pretty early, And if you didn’t know, Claudia was carrying triplets. To grandma, they’re just beautiful."


Deen went ahead to mention that as a result of the way to early birth, the triplets were bound to remain at the hospital till the new year. ” Paula mentioned in the video saying:

“It’s going to be a long ride for these precious three angels, but we’ve got complete faith that God’s got his arms wrapped all around them, and he’s going to see them through this until they can come home."

The triplet, two girls and a boy were named Amelia Ann, Olivia Marie, and Linton. While Amelia Marie weighed 2-pounds, her siblings weighed one pound and 12 ounces.


Paula Deen co-owns her famous restaurant, “The Lady & Sons” alongside her sons, Bobby and Jamie Deen. Just like she held cooking programs on the cable network, “Food Network,” her son Bobby Deen has followed in her footsteps as the chef himself owns a “Food Network,” show called “Not My Mama's Meals.”

He has also hosted a couple of shows on the closing channel including “Spring Baking Championship,” “Holiday Baking Championship and “Southern Fried Road Trip” which he co-hosted with his brother, Jamie.

Another cooking show he co-hosted is “Cooking Channel’s Junk Food with Nikki Dinki.” Chef Deen has written books on Culinary such as “Everyday Eats” and “From Mama’s Table to Mine.”