Advertisement

Jimmie Allen Reveals He Quietly Welcomed Twins with Another Woman amid Divorce from Wife Alexis

The country star shared photos of his children Aadyn, Naomi and Zara, twins Aria and Amari and newest baby Cohen on his Instagram Stories on Tuesday

<p>Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal via Getty</p> Jimmie Allen at "The Kelly Clarkson Show."

Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal via Getty

Jimmie Allen at "The Kelly Clarkson Show."

Jimmie Allen confirmed he has six children and revealed he welcomed twins amid his divorce from his estranged wife, Alexis.

Allen, 38, shared a series of Instagram Stories on Tuesday spotlighting his six children. He first shared photos of his older three children — son Aadyn, 9, from a previous relationship, and daughters Naomi, 4, and Zara, 2, with Alexis — and then first photos of his boy/girl twins Aria and Amari, 9 months, whom he welcomed with another woman last summer. He concluded the Stories with a photo of his newest son, Cohen, 5 months, whom he shares with his estranged wife, 28.

The former couple welcomed Cohen five months after they announced their separation and filed for divorce in April 2023.

<p>jimmie allen/instagram</p> Jimmie and Aadyn Allen

jimmie allen/instagram

Jimmie and Aadyn Allen

The first photo he shared to his Stories was of Aadyn — which included a sweet shot of the two smiling on a tractor together. He then added a photo of his eldest daughters Naomi and Zara in matching floral puffer jackets.

<p>jimmie allen/instagram</p> Zara, Naomi and Jimmie Allen

jimmie allen/instagram

Zara, Naomi and Jimmie Allen

Related: Jimmie Allen and Alexis Gale's Relationship Timeline

<p>jimmie allen/instagram</p> Jimmie and Amari Allen

jimmie allen/instagram

Jimmie and Amari Allen

Allen then shared a photo of his smiling son Amari, which he followed up with a photo of Amari’s twin sister Aria.

<p>jimmie allen/instagram</p> Jimmie and Aria Allen

jimmie allen/instagram

Jimmie and Aria Allen

Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.

<p>jimmie allen/instagram</p> Jimmie and Cohen Allen

jimmie allen/instagram

Jimmie and Cohen Allen

He added the final slide of his kids, with a sweet selfie holding Cohen in his lap.

Allen concluded the Stories with a black screen and a brief message that read: “I have 6 kids. I love each one of them. I refuse to let anyone make me feel ashamed of any of my children. The only opinion I care about is theirs.💛.”

<p>jimmie allen/instagram</p> Jimmie Allen's Instagram Story March 19, 2024.

jimmie allen/instagram

Jimmie Allen's Instagram Story March 19, 2024.

Allen and Alexis married in June 2020. In April 2023, they announced their separation. At the time, they also announced they were expecting their third child together.

According to documents obtained by PEOPLE, the “Down Home” singer filed for divorce on April 28, 2023, with the news breaking the same day Allen was sued by his former manager for assault and sexual abuse — claims he has denied and recently settled. Alexis followed suit with her own divorce filing two hours later. Both cited irreconcilable differences.

The next month, Allen issued Alexis a public apology, writing on social media that he was sorry "for humiliating her with my affair. I'm embarrassed that my choices have brought shame on her. That's something that she did not deserve at all."

He then welcomed his twins with another woman during the summer of 2023.

Related: Jimmie Allen's Former Manager Speaks Out After Dropping Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Singer

Allen and Alexis welcomed their third child together, son Cohen, in September; and then in October, Allen’s representatives told PEOPLE they had reconciled. 

"[The divorce] was never fully seen through legally,” said Allen’s representative at the time. "They decided to work on things together and are still together."

In the months since, however, it appears the two have split, with neither wearing their wedding bands any longer.

For more People news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!

Read the original article on People.