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Lily Aldridge and baby join Kings of Leon on tour

Lily Aldridge and baby join Kings of Leon on tour

May 23 2013, 11:32am CDT | by

Lily Aldridge and her baby will join the Kings of Leon on tour this summer. The Victoria's Secret model is going to follow her rocker husband Caleb Followill as he gigs around Europe, with the...

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Lily Aldridge and baby join Kings of Leon on tour

May 23 2013, 11:32am CDT | by

Lily Aldridge and her baby will join the Kings of Leon on tour this summer.

The Victoria's Secret model is going to follow her rocker husband Caleb Followill as he gigs around Europe, with the couple's 11-month-old daughter Dixie Pear in tow.

She told Us Weekly magazine: "My husband's going on tour for the summer, so that's where I'll be! It's a family affair.

"We'll stay in one place [together] and he'll go and play and tour and then come back every night. It's going to be great."

However, the 27-year-old doesn't plan on spending much time hanging out in the sweaty backstage area and wants to the make the most of her days abroad by enjoying some sightseeing.

Revealing she is particularly excited about the UK leg of the tour, Lily explained: "We're excited to take Dixie to the London Bridge and on little tours."

The model can't get over how clever her tiny tot has become and gets overexcited whenever she shows off a new trick.

Lily gushed: "We do everything together. She blows kisses and does high fives, and I'm like, 'You are so smart!' It's just blowing my mind."

The star has spoken openly about the experience of motherhood in recent months, revealing breastfeeding has become her favorite thing to do.

She previously said: "[Being a mother is] the most amazing thing in the whole world - she's my little angel. Feeding her is, like, my favorite thing to do. It's such a bonding experience."

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Why people love the Isle Of Wight Festival

Jun 12 2014 10:18am CDT | Source: Music Week

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The sun is out for this weekend's Isle Of Wight Festival, with music lovers starting to flock to the famous site in anticipation of headliners such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, Biffy Clyro and Kings Of Leon.The festival was first held in 1968, when the likes of Jefferson Airplane and The Pretty Things took to the stage. A year later, during the Summer of Love, it was the turn of Bob Dylan an ...
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