Brittany Aldean Shows Off Daughter Navy's Nursery in New Home — Complete with a Castle
Both Navy and her big brother Memphis are set up in style at Jason Aldean and wife Brittany's new home
Brittany Aldean's little princess has a castle to call home!
On July 31, Brittany posted a snapshot of her "angelic room for an angelic little girl," which features a gold crib — seemingly the same one from her previous nursery, which her parents had ready to go before she was born.
Various gold fixtures throughout the space accompany a white dresser, cream-colored drapes around the crib and a white toddler-size table, complete with pink poufs for seating.
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Earlier this month, Brittany, 33, also gave a peek into her son's room, which boasts a nautical theme.
Memphis' "bed fit for [her] little king" is in the shape of a ship, with a barrel nightstand, ladder-accessible play area near the "ship" mast and shark-themed chairs around his tiny table helping to complete the space.
Brittany's most recent Instagram post shows Memphis and Navy looking too cool outside their home, wearing sunglasses and holding hands as they walk down the vast property's long driveway.
"BFF🤎," the proud mother of two wrote in her Wednesday caption.
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Last month, Aldean, 43, dropped the music video for his song "Got What I Got", which stars his wife and children (including the singer's older daughters Kendyl, who turns 13 on Thursday, and Keeley, 17).
Over the emotional lyrics to the love song, romantic footage plays of the couple smiling and laughing together, running along the beach and taking a ride along the coast.
Other clips throughout the video show Aldean and Brittany making sweet memories with their children inside their home and on the beach. One particularly adorable moment features Navy saying "hi" to the camera.