Steven Tyler of 'Aerosmith', 71, Becomes Granddad for the 5th Time as Daughter Chelsea Gives Birth to Son

Afouda Fortune
Mar 01, 2020
12:30 A.M.
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Steven Tyler became a fifth-time grandfather after his youngest daughter Chelsea welcomed her first child.


Steven Tyler has become a grandfather for the fifth time, and it happened after his youngest daughter, Chelsea Tyler Foster, welcomed her son, Vincent Frank Foster.

Steven Tyler attends the "American Idol" XIV Grand Finale event at the Dolby Theatre on May 13, 2015 in Hollywood, California | Photo: Getty Images


...Liv Tyler shared a sweet relationship with her father who occasionally took time off from his tour schedule to hang out with her children...

The news became public after Daily Mail disclosed that the new mother had shared an image of the newborn baby.



Chelsea’s shared image featured the little tot looking like he had no worries in the world as he napped on his mother’s belly. 

Daily Mail noted that Chelsea’s sister, Mia, had also shared a congratulatory post on the arrival of Vincent Frank. 

While cradling the infant in her arms, the doting aunt had stated that she loved her little nephew.



Before the arrival of her baby, Chelsea had hosted a baby shower, which her sisters, Mia and Liv, had attended. 

Heavy recalled that the Kaneholler band member, who had announced her pregnancy late in 2019, took to Instagram to show her followers all the baby shower fun she had.

The family had also felt the same excitement when Liv welcomed her three children.


According to Heavy, Liv Tyler shared a sweet relationship with her father who occasionally took time off from his tour schedule to hang out with her children – Milo William Langdon, Sailor Gene Gardner, and Lula Rose Gardner.

As it turned out, his children aren’t the only ones who appreciate Steven’s presence in their lives. 

People revealed that “Parks and Recreation” actor, Rob Lowe, owed a lot to the Aerosmith frontman who had helped him during his sobriety journey.



Rob recalled that when he was two weeks into becoming sober, he had received a call from Steven who told him:

"I heard you’re in recovery, and I just wanted to say hey, you’re going to do great."

Rob added that due to the fact that he saw the 71-year-old as somebody who could have fun without alcohol or drugs, he learned to do the same, and he couldn’t have felt better about his choice.


Steven's call at that point made Rob feel extra special about working with Liv on the set of "9-1-1: Lone Star" as he felt happy anytime he looked at the actress.