Famous country singer Randy Rogers and his family is going through tough and heartbreaking time. Rumer, his newborn daughter died this week, just six days after she was born. The heartbreaking news was released to fans a day later after the demise of the six-day-old beautiful baby. Read on for more details.
According to US Weekly, the newborn daughter of Rogers and his wife, Chelsae was just six days old. She passed away in loving arms of her parents on June 9, 2015 at Seton Memorial Hospital in Austin, Texas. Rogers confirmed in a heartbreaking Facebook post on Wednesday, June 10, 2015.
The news was confirmed by Rogers with an emotional Facebook post on Wednesday, June 10, 2015. The band’s Facebook page has been filled with condolences since the news broke to the fans.
Rogers first broke the news on a local radio station called 93Q Country. The heartbreaking news by Rogers revealed that his beautiful daughter had been under a weeklong battle to survive from a rare condition. Rogers said that his brave little girl made “every attempt to survive during her short time on earth.”
“She died in our arms and in no pain. She was absolutely beautiful in every way. Her brain however was very sick.” Rogers said.
The couple was blessed with second daughter Rumer Rain rogers on June 3, 2015 in Austin, Texas. They even posted a photo of themselves with Rumer after she was born. They have a 21-month-old daughter, River Rose Rogers. The couple tied the knot in 2013.
The official Facebook page of the Randy Rogers Band carries a message for all the loved ones offering condolences. They asked them to make a donation to some children’s charity of their choosing. The Randy Rogers Band has also cancelled their show at the Lumberyard this Friday night. The band has promised on a make-up date and thanked all fans and well-wishers for their love and support.
Our heart goes out to the Rogers family. We hope they recover from their loss soon.
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Photo Source: Twitter/ Randy Rogers Band