Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Jason Aldean and wife Brittany Aldean shared their unborn daughter's name with family and friends at their baby shower.
The 41-year-old country star, born Jason Aldine Williams, and Brittany will name their baby girl Navy Rome Williams.
Brittany announced the news in an Instagram Stories video during the party Sunday. She enlisted the help of Kendyl, Aldean's 11-year-old daughter with ex-wife Jessica Aldean.
"It's Brit and Kendyl here. We are so excited for Navy Rome Williams. Yay, let's celebrate!" the pair said.
Aldean and Brittany also had a custom neon light reading "Navy" at the baby shower.
"Today we celebrate you, baby girl," Brittany captioned a photo of the light on Instagram.
Aldean and Brittany were fêted by their loved ones at Allenbrooke Farms in Spring Hill, Tenn. Guests enjoyed plenty of sweet treats, including donuts with pink icing.
"Thank you @allenbrookefarms for making all my baby girl sprinkle dreams come true," Brittany captioned a clip on Instagram.
Aldean is parent to Kendyl and 15-year-old daughter Keely with Jessica and 11-month-old son Memphis with Brittany. He announced Brittany's pregnancy in July after conceiving via in vitro fertilization.
"After having our son, we knew we wanted to have two kids," the singer told People. "I have my two older daughters already, so after Memphis was born we knew we wanted to have another one pretty quick."
"I would much rather knock it out now while we're used to having one in diapers and formula and all of that," he explained. "I think it's tougher when you get out of all that and wait a couple years and then have to go redo it all."
Aldean is known for the singles "Burnin' It Down," "Lights Come On" and "You Make It Easy." He last released the album Rearview Town in April.