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Empire's Kaitlin Doubleday Gives Birth to First Child!

Kaitlin Doubleday is a mom!

The 34-year-old former Empire actress has welcomed her first child with husband Devin Lucien, a baby boy.

Kaitlin gave birth to her son Franklin and her sister, Mr. Robot actress Portia Doubleday, announced the news on Instagram.

“BABY FRANKLIN HAS ARRIVED!!! That’s my nephew! Congrats @kaitlindday @devinlucien,” Portia captioned a photo of the newborn baby boy.

Kaitlin, who also starred on the ABC series Nashville, tied the knot with Devin back in May 2016. Congrats to the happy family on this wonderful news!

Empire's Kaitlin Doubleday Pregnant with a Baby Boy!

Empire‘s Kaitlin Doubleday is pregnant and expecting her first child, a baby boy, with her husband Devin Lucien.

The 34-year-old actress announced the news on Instagram, writing, “I’m growing a f*cking human inside my belly! (Although now he really feels more like an incredibly strong fish…maybe even a baby dolphin) and he’ll be here around Valentines Day 2019!”

She continued, “Wow, it feels pretty official now that it’s on social media 😮 I can’t believe Im gonna be someone’s mom. Pray for us!”

Devin and Kaitlin got married in 2016.

Congrats!

Charles Esten & 'Nashville' Cast Celebrate Final Season with Special Concert!

Charles Esten is all smiles as he hits the stage with his guitar at CMT’s Nashville: In Concert Final Season Celebration held at the Grand Ole Opry House on Sunday (March 25) in Nashville, Tenn.

The 52-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-stars Chris Carmack, Sam Palladio, Jake Etheridge, Nic Luken, Rainee Blake, Kaitlin Doubleday, Clare Bowen and her husband Brandon Robert Young.

While at the celebration, Charles, who plays Deacon, thanked the city for embracing him and his cast members: “This show has been embraced by Nashville from the very beginning,” Charles said. “At first, they were worried when they first saw it, but as soon as they saw it, they realized that it was a love letter to this town. I hope they continue to take it as such.”

Also in attendance to show their support was the cast of CMT’s Music CityAlisa Fuller, Kerry Degman, Rachyl Degman, Jessica Mack, Jackson Boyd, Alexandra Harper and Sarah Thomas.

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'Nashville' Actress Kaitlin Doubleday Reveals Why She Went Up to Harvey Weinstein's Hotel Room

In the wake of the sexual harassment scandals coming to light and rocking Hollywood and beyond, Kaitlin Doubleday is now opening up with her own story about going up to Harvey Weinstein‘s hotel room.

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In her story, published on Friday (December 8), Kaitlin details her first meeting with Harvey in 2009 at the Inglorious Basterds premiere. Despite having heard rumblings of his sexual misconduct, she decided to meet with him after he asked her to come up to his room to decide on an ending for the movie Nine.

“Women make decisions like the one I did for so many reasons. Women go into the hotel room because so many of the doors they see are closed. It can be tempting to enter the one that remains open,” she wrote.

“I went up to his room because I was desperate and had been, on some level, since I first started acting. I’ve had struggles with my appearance, self-esteem and self-worth. Harvey made me feel like he saw me for my intelligence and not for my body. That’s what breaks my heart about this experience the most. It feels so thrilling when you believe you are being seen as an equal that you are putty in the hands of someone like Harvey, who will use those vulnerabilities against you.”

Read her full account on The Hollywood Reporter.

Rachel Bilson & Kaitlin Doubleday's 'Nashville' Roles Revealed in New Promo!

Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday joined the cast of Nashville for the second half of season five, and now we know what roles they will be playing.

Rachel will play the role of Alyssa Greene, who is a Silicon Valley marketing expert. She’s brought in to help Highway 65 and take the record label to a different level. Her character is not a country music fan. She’s described as “driven and brilliant.”

Kaitlyn will be taking on the role of Jessie Caine, a singer/songwriter, who left Nashville after a scandal years back. Her character returns to the area to continue her career and get her son back.

Also returning to the cast are Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes, Clare Bowen as Scarlett O’Connor, Chris Carmack as Will Lexington, Charles Esten as Deacon Claybourne, Jonathan Jackson as Avery Barkley, Sam Palladio as Gunnar Scott, Maisy Stella as Daphne Conrad and Lennon Stella as Maddie Conrad.

Rachel Bilson & Kaitlin Doubleday Join 'Nashville'!

Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday are heading to Nashville!

After tonight’s spring finale of season five of Nashville, it was announced that the two actresses will be joining the second half of the season, which does not have a premiere date yet.

Rachel and Kaitlin join the hit show after Connie Britton‘s character was killed off the show earlier this season.

“We welcome Rachel and Kaitlin into our incredibly talented ensemble,” said executive producer Marshall Herskovitz told Variety. “We fondly anticipate the second half of the season filled with surprising twists and turns that make Nashville so beloved by the fans.”

Rachel is best known for her role on The O.C. while Kaitlin appeared on Empire.

As of now, no information on their roles has been announced yet.

Nashville
originally appeared on ABC for the first four seasons, before getting picked up by CMT.

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