Freddie Freeman’s kids are Frederick Charles Freeman II, Brandon John Freeman, and Maximus Turner Freeman. Freddie Freeman and his gorgeous wife, Chelsea, began a family in 2011, and together, they have managed to grow that family to five with the birth of three strong and healthy sons over the ten years since they’ve been married.
The birth of his last two sons helped Atlanta Braves’ first baseman, Freddie Freeman, to realize a dream of having more kids after his first son, Charlie, was born. That dream was a dream he shared with his wife, professional model Chelsea Goff Freeman. Since the birth of his last two sons, and given the special circumstances under which they were born, there has been a lot of public interest surrounding an already semi-famous Charlie and his two new brothers, Maximus and Brandon. Let’s meet them.
Who Are Freddie Freeman’s Children?
Freddie Freeman’s kids are Freddie Charles Freeman II (born in 2016), Brandon John Freeman (born in 2020), and Maximus Turner Freeman (born in 2021). Freddie and his beautiful wife Chelsea had earlier on in their marriage, made no secret of their desire to have a big family.
It has not been a joy ride and, like every good thing, has required sacrifice, commitment, dedication, and full support of the couple towards each other. With the family members now five in number, it is safe to assume that Freddie and his wife have achieved their desire of having a big family, relatively speaking.
Who Is The Eldest Of Freddie Freeman’s Sons?
Nicknamed Charlie after he was born, Frederick Charles Freeman II is the first and oldest son of the famous baseball star. Charlie is the first fruit of his parents’ struggles to have children after their wedding in 2011. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States of America, on September 19, 2016.
Summary of Frederick Charles Freeman II’s Bio
- Full Name: Frederick Charles Freeman II
- Nickname: Charlie
- Gender: Male
- Date of Birth: September 19, 2016
- Frederick Charles Freeman II’s Age: 5 years old
- Place of Birth: Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Nationality: American
- Zodiac Sign: Virgo
- Religion: Christian
- Frederick Charles Freeman II’s Parents: Frederick “Freddie” Freeman (father) and Chelsea Goff Freeman (mother)
- Siblings: Brandon John Freeman (brother) and Maximus Turner Freeman (brother)
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Eye Color: Blue
- Mother’s Net Worth: Est $8 million
- Father’s Net Worth: Est. $40 million
- Famous for: Being the son of Atlanta Braves first baseman, Freddie Freeman
His birth sign is Virgo, and he belongs to the Caucasian ethnic group. As mentioned earlier, it took Chelsea and Freddie a while to concede, and the impending news of Charlie’s birth in 2016 was greeted with joy and trepidation. That trepidation was justified as Chelsea had a difficult time in labor and even required a C-Section to birth Charlie.
Despite the complications surrounding his birth, Charle is growing up to become quite a healthy young boy who seems to have inherited his father’s athletic abilities, as evidenced by a video clip of hitting a baseball. The video elicited comments from around the country, with many people stating that Charlie would become just as good as if not better than his father within a couple of decades.
Charlie’s time in the spotlight is further enhanced by the fact that he has already fulfilled his dream of meeting his baseball idol in the person of Fernando Tatis Jr.
Freddie Freeman’s Wife Gave Birth To Their Second Son Four Years After Charlie’s Birth
Brandon John Freeman, named after Chelsea’s grandfather, was born in Atlanta on December 30, 2020, under the sun sign of Capricorn. Georgia, USA. Compared to his older brother, his birth was far easier on his mother. Brandon has also been in the spotlight due to the circumstances surrounding his birth.
As previously mentioned, Chelsea Freeman’s first pregnancy came with difficulties, and the resultant effect of those complications was the prolonged wait to have a second child. After due medical consultation, Chelsea was told that the complications from her first pregnancy were the primary cause of their infertility issues. She was also told that she might not have another child the normal way again.
This news broke the couple, but they were given fresh hope when the doctor proffered the option of surrogacy. While searching for a suitable surrogate, Chelsea found out she was pregnant. Fortunately, she carried the child to term and delivered him just one day before New Year’s eve in 2020.
Freddie Freeman’s Third Son Was Born Through Surrogacy
The Freeman family welcomed a third son just six weeks after Chelsea brought Brandon into this world. Suppose you’re pondering the possibility of this development. In that case, you’ll do well to remember that even though Chelsea Freeman got pregnant in their search for a surrogate, the Freemans still went ahead with the doctor’s suggestion of surrogacy.
The result of that surrogate pregnancy was a son Freddie and his wife named Maximus Turner Freeman. His middle name was meant to serve as a tribute to the ballpark where his father had played his first games with the Atlanta Braves. Maximus Turner was born on February 14, 2021, by an unidentified surrogate mother, most likely due to an NDA she signed to keep her identity a secret, a practice designed to protect the privacy of both parties.
Maximus Turner turned one year old in February 2022 and is on course to celebrate many more as the years go by and in the full view of the media and the public who have already started showcasing the activities of Freddie Freeman’s ‘Twins With A Twist.’
Why Freddie Freeman Calls His Last Two Sons’ Twins With A Twist’
The story of how Freddie had his last two sons is quite an interesting one. The star baseball player calls Max and Bran his ‘twins with a twist.’ That endearing nickname drew attention to the story of how the boys were born, and it is easy to see why. Brandon John and Max Turner were born six weeks apart from each other.
Though the eggs they were fertilized from came from the same source, they were fertilized in separate wombs by two women – their mother, Chelsea, and an unidentified surrogate mom.