After separating last year and then reconciling, Dan Reynolds and his wife have another baby on the way.
The 31-year-old Imagine Dragons frontman revealed on Fox 5’s “Good Day New York” Wednesday morning that and his wife, Aja Volkman, are expecting their fourth child together.
“I’ve been on the road for a decade now. I’m looking to take a little bit of time off. I have three little girls, and well, I have one on the way,” Reynolds revealed. “I actually haven’t told anybody that. There it is. The news is out. We just found out we’re having a boy [in] October.”
The “Believer” crooner also confirmed that he and Volkman have fully reconciled after they announced they were splitting last year.
“I was talking to my wife the other day, and, by the way, there’s so much news to tell you today, so boy on the way, my wife and I have gotten back together, we went through a separation for a little while, so clear that up,” he explained. “So I have to be public to let people know we are back together.”
With three girls already, Reynolds said he was secretly hoping for a boy this time around, though he didn’t want to admit that to his wife.
“I didn’t want to tell her that I wanted to have a boy, because when they tell you, I don’t want to be the guy who’s like, ‘Oh, damn it. We’re having [a girl],’ because I love my girls. I really love my girls. But, secretly, I was hoping for a boy, to be honest with you … I was secretly hoping. So, when they announced it on the phone, when the doctor told us, she was surprised because I was like, ‘Yes! Yes!’ and she was like, ’You told me you didn’t care either way. I was like ‘Well…’”
After their baby boy is born, the couple most likely won’t have any more children, despite their Mormon beliefs, which Reynolds joked meant having to have a “million” kids.
“I think we’re done. It’s the Mormon way, I know, to have, like, a million kids, but it’s, like, four already feels like a million kids, to be honest with you,” he shared. “Well, three I guess, then fourth on the way. I think we’re done.”
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