Luke Bryan Moved To Tears By Son's Birthday Surprise


Luke Bryan Moved To Tears By Son's Birthday Surprise

Luke Bryan Moved To Tears By Son's Birthday Surprise

Luke Bryan's youngest son, Tate, turned 10-years-old on Tuesday (August 11) and he got the best surprise that moved the country star to tears.

Bryan's nephew, Til, came home from college to surprise Tate on his big day. The country star posted a video on Instagram of the sweet reunion with Tate standing at the counter with his mom, Caroline Bryan.

"There is one little surprise for your birthday," she told him before Til walked into the room. The second he saw his cousin, Tate ran and jumped into his arms as Til wished him a happy birthday.

"I'm literally crying," Bryan says in the background of the clip. He later captioned the video, "[Oh my God], I'm crying. Tate just got his 10th birthday surprise. Til!!! Happy birthday buddy."

Bryan's wife, Caroline, commented, "My nuggets back together." She also shared the video on her Instagram page, along with several photos and videos of her son. "My nugget is 10 today....and Til drove home to surprise him," she wrote. "Going thru (sic) old videos, pictures, Til being home, my baby turning 10...I need boxes of tissues and a bottle of rosé. Happy birthday Tate!!!"

At the beginning of the month, Bryan and Caroline had to drop Tip off at college in Georgia. At the time, Caroline turned to Instagram to share a photo of herself giving a goodbye hug to Til alongside a touching message.

"I left a big piece of my heart today in Georgia," Caroline captioned the photo. "Been dreading this day for years, but I guess it’s time for Til to fly. Still can’t handle it right now! Good luck in college my sweet boy. 💛"

Bryan commented on the post himself writing, "I keep looking to see if his truck is parked next to mine."

The Bryans adopted Til when he was just 13 years old after Luke's sister, Kelly, died in 2007 and his brother-in-law, Ben, passed away in 2015. They also looked after Til's two older sisters throughout the years.

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