Zac Hanson & Wife Welcome Baby No. 3: Abraham


Congratulations are in order for Zac Hanson and wife Kate.

The Hanson drummer, 28, and his wife, 29, welcomed their third child – a boy named George Abraham Walker Hanson – on October 17, PEOPLE reports. Their new arrival, who will go by Abraham, weighed in at 8 lbs., 7 oz.

The new addition joins big brother John Ira Shepherd, 5, and sister, Junia Rosa Ruth, 2½.

“We are very excited to share the addition of George Abraham Walker Hanson to our growing family,” Zac tells the mag. “Abraham is healthy and we are happily sharing a little down time together as a family.”

The boy bander said in May: “It’s fun this time to watch the little ones so excitedly anticipating their new sibling. We are so happy and thankful to add more life and love to our family!”

Filed under: Births,Zac Hanson

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  1. Anonymous

    Why do celebs give their babies a name, then go on to (at birth), refer to them as another name, then announce the name and substitute moniker to the world? Why don’t they just name them what they obviously prefer to call them in the first place!

    It used to be that nick name developed AFTER their personalities and actions INSPIRED the nick names. So annoying.

    • Anonymous

      And yes, I know that Abraham is his middle name,….. so why didn’t they just name him Abraham George Hanson….. is they like Abraham so much better? I’m sure that when he grows up, he’ll also prefer Abe to old school George.

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  3. Van

    I agree; this practice seems really nonsensical.

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