September 17, 2021
"Thrift Shop" artist Macklemore and his wife Tricia Davis welcomed their third child six weeks ago, and she shared the news on Instagram with an adorable selfie of herself cuddled up with the little one.
Macklemore and his wife Tricia Davis are officially parents to three children! The couple welcomed their newest baby, Hugo, six weeks ago. However, Davis only announced his birth this week.
The now mother of three shared a selfie of herself cuddled up with her new baby. Davis is rocking her natural beauty in the photo while little Hugo has his face snuggled to this mother's chest.
Alongside the gorgeous selfie, Davis penned a special message about welcoming the family's newest addition. She shared that he was born six weeks ago, during a buck moon.
She also wrote that Hugo was calm during the birth and closely observed his parents during the special occasion. She ended off her announcement by welcoming Hugo home and saying:
"May you crush the distorted masculine and awaken the divine."
The "Good Old Days" singer has yet to share his own announcement of his first son's birthday; however, he did leave a red heart emoji in the comment section of his wife's Instagram post.
Early this year, in April, Davis announced her pregnancy via an Instagram story in which she showed off her baby bump and wrote they were expecting a summer baby. The couple already have two adorable daughters.
Macklemore has dealt with stresses other than just welcoming a newborn over the last year.
They welcomed their first child, Sloane Ava Simone Haggerty, in 2015. Two months after Sloane's birth, Davis and Macklemore, whose real name is Benjamin Haggerty, tied the knot.
Then three years later, in 2018, the couple welcomed their second daughter, Colette Koala Haggerty. Macklemore is definitely proud of his two (now three) children, as he has shared updates about them in the past.
In 2017, the "White Walls" singer gushed about fatherhood during an interview with E! News. He explained that having a child changed him in a magical way, which he had never experienced before.
Unfortunately, Macklemore has dealt with stresses other than just welcoming a newborn over the last year. Earlier this year, he opened up about his addiction relapse during an interview with Dax Shepard.
On an episode of Shepard's podcast, "Armchair Expert With Dax Shepard," Macklemore recalled an older episode of the show in which Shepard opened up about his own relapse after 16 years of sobriety.
The Grammy-winning rapper admitted that Shepard's openness and vulnerability about his own experiences made him feel less alone as he too had relapsed a month or two earlier.