Find out if Kellie Pickler has children now that her husband, country singer Kyle Jacobs, has died at the age of 49. Kyle Jacobs, a songwriter, singer, guitarist, and pianist who lived with them in Nashville and died there on Friday, was a guitarist, singer, and pianist (February 18).
TMZ says he killed himself and was found dead in an upstairs bedroom with a gunshot wound he had given himself. Kellie was reportedly sleeping when the incident happened, but she woke up soon after and couldn’t open the door, so she called 911. Read on to find out more about their marriage…
Does Kellie Pickler Have Kids?
Kellie and Kyle didn’t have any kids, though. In 2019, the American Idol star told Us Weekly that they weren’t ready for kids and that they were “dog parents for now” because they had “two little small puppies.”
But they didn’t completely rule out having children. Instead, they just said they didn’t want to add to their family at that time. Kellie Pickler is 36 years old, and her husband, who had a bigger net worth, died when he was 49.
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Kellie Pickler Husband
Kellie and Kyle Jacobs have talked about each other a lot over the years, and it was clear that they were very in love. When they met for the first time in the early 2000s, it was through a mutual friend. He said, “Hi, I’m Kyle. I’m a songwriter.”
They got engaged in July 2010 and were going to have a big wedding in Nashville. At the last minute, they changed their minds and went to Antigua instead. On New Year’s Day 2011, the two people in love got married in a small, unplanned ceremony.
“It was perfect because we didn’t plan anything,” she told Us. “I packed the wedding dress and he packed an outfit. We flew there and we didn’t know what kind of cake we were going to get.”
“We didn’t know what food we were going to have… it was the most incredible day of my life,” Kellie continued.
Kellie Pickler‘s Husband Dies by Suicide
Kellie Pickler’s ex-husband Kyle Jacobs, a country music composer, died, in what appears to have been a suicide. He was 49.
Don Aaron, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Nashville Police, confirmed to The Post that when officers arrived at the couple’s residence in response to a 911 call on Friday afternoon, they discovered Jacobs dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in an upstairs bedroom/office.
According to officials, his death is being looked into as a suicide.