Alaskan Bush People: Gabe Brown And Raquell Brown Are Parents To A “healthy” Baby

Alaskan Bush People: Gabe Brown And Raquell Brown Are Parents To A "healthy" Baby

Alaskan Bush People star Gabe and his wife Raquell Brown have taken in a “healthy” baby, but have chosen to keep the child’s life private, The Sun can reveal exclusively.

In July 2019 the couple said they are “so excited to share that we expect a new addition to our family this November,” however, the couple has not yet introduced the baby, leaving fans worried.

A representative of the couple said exclusively to The Sun: “The baby is healthy and well. “They just want some privacy right now.” Gabe Brown And Raquell Brown met through their younger sister Rain, and were married on January 14 at the Brown family’s Washington home. On their five-month anniversary in June, they enjoyed a second day of marriage with friends and family.

Their child was destined to become the second grandchild of the patriarch and matriarch, Billy Brown and Ami Brown.

The couple’s youngest son, Noah and his wife Rhain, took in a child, Elijah, in February 2019.

Noah told People magazine, “He’s already working on his howling! Rhain Alicia is already a wonderful mother, I am really in awe of her and we are both very grateful and enthusiastic to welcome him into our family.

Gabe Brown’s brother, Bear Brown, also became a father in March when his ex-girlfriend Raiven welcomed little River.

The 31-year-old, who initially denied being River’s nine-week-old father, confirmed that he is the father after taking a DNA test and his lawyers have now sent the documents to the Alaskan courts as he enters a bitter custody battle.

Bear Brown said in a social media clip, “Hey, everybody, I have some great news to share with all of you. It’s 100% official – River is my son, I got the results today. “It’s great news, there was never any doubt, but in order to have equal rights as a parent, I had to prove that I really am River’s father.”

Bear Brown filed the papers in response to Raiven’s counterclaims asking for sole custody of her son after he filed for joint custody. Raiven’s court filing read, “It is in the best interest of the minor child that defendant Raiven Adams have sole legal custody of the minor child.”

The documents also read that it is in River’s best interest that Raiven has “primary physical custody of the minor child”. She requests that Bear Brown have a “limited visit” with the two-month-old.


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