Kelsey Grammer Expecting Baby No. 6

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Congratulations are in order for Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh.

The Frasier alum, 59, and his wife, 32, are expecting their second child together – Grammer’s sixth child – PEOPLE reports.

The couple, who were wed in 2011, are already parents to daughter, Faith Evangeline Elisa, 19 months.

Grammer is also dad to four other children from previous relationships: Spencer, 30; Greer, 22; Mason, 12; and Jude, 9.

The couple previously miscarried in 2010 and then lost Faith’s twin midway through the pregnancy.

The Cheers star, who’s also a grandfather of one, admitted that they were hoping for more children in the future.

“I think we’ll have at least two more, if not three or four,” he told Access Hollywood in 2012. “I think it’s a great way to live a life.”

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  1. savannah

    gross 6 kids with three different women. kayte was even married that long to kelesy and she would have four kids together if she didn’t miscarried twice.

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  2. WTF

    the world is overpopulated as it is…selfish!!

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    • Anonymous

      I totally agree. If you go past 2 kids (intentionally) you probably need a mental health evaluation. We don’t live in a 1950′s sitcom picture perfect world, we never really did. It’s incredibly selfish, careless and just downright irresponsible to have anywhere near this many children in 2014….. I don’t care who you are or how much money you’re worth, it’s not right.

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      • Tay

        You make absolutely no sense. There is no reason people cannot have big families. My twin and I were adopted and came into a big family and so did my Husband and I would love to have 4-5 kids, as that is how many siblings we had.

        If you can provide a loving home, and teach your kids good morals and values, than why not?….

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  3. Laine

    Marry a young woman and you will be pushing a baby carriage when you’re 60. It must be worth it though because a lot of these old coots are doing it.

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  4. Gemi

    Eh, a lot of people would find it weird that a almost 60 year old man is having children.

    It is unconventional, and somewhat selfish assuming the possibility that the child will grow up without a father increase with the father’s age.

    I couldn’t care less how many women he has had his children by. I know it’s hard at times, but judgment gets us nowhere. It takes all kinds of families, there is no right way.

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    • Anonymous

      “somewhat selfish assuming the possibility that the child will grow up without a father increase with the father’s age”

      Google “children of older fathers more likely to have mental health disorders”. The kid losing a father at a young age is nothing compared to the real issue here, the physical/mental health of the child. I say once you reach the age of 37, just stop! Especially if you’ve already got 5 freakin’ kids. I always assume that couples with more than 2 kids have a bad relationship/marriage, so they just try and avoid their problems by having more kids. I mean, who doesn’t love a baby? They take your mind off things for at least those first few years, when they’re at their cutest and are totally dependent on you.

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      • Didi

        (..)I always assume that couples with more than 2 kids have a bad relationship/marriage, so they just try and avoid their problems by having more kids.

        REALLY???

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        • Anonymous

          @Didi: Yes, really! In my personal experience, the couples with the most kids have the most troubled relationships. It’s like: “Hey, I’m pregnant again! So we’re halting the hate fest for the next few years.” Just callin’ it like I see it.

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  5. sierra

    Ewwwwwww. Hes so old. You should probably stop having kids when u become a grandfather, just a thought.

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