Luke Bryan's wife has shared an inspiring message with fans reminding them to never mistake weakness for kindness.
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In a now deleted social media, Caroline posted a quote from Al Capone which read: "Don't mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone but when someone is unkind to me, weakness is not what you are going to remember about me."
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She added a meme which read 'damn right'.
The post came after their extended family got a little bigger when the country music star shared the news that his niece, Jordan Cheshire Eudy had welcomed her first baby, a boy named Jonathan.
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The family "gathered our things up and got to South Georgia" to meet the new member of their family.
He told E! News: "Caroline and I got to go see our brand-new precious little nephew, and he and mama are doing well. So, we got a new baby. We got a new mama in our family. That made Mother's Day."
The American Idol judge and his wife live in Nashville
Luke and Caroline have a very special relationship with Jordan as they adopted her and her siblings, Kris and Til, after their mother - Luke's sister - died in 2007 of unknown causes and her husband, Ben, died from a heart attack.
In September, Luke was beaming with pride as he walked Jordan down the aisle at her wedding.
"To get to walk Jordan down the aisle was the coolest, literally one of the most emotional things I've ever done," Luke told ABC News at the time.
The singer is a dad-of-two with his wife
The star revealed how they made sure to celebrate both Kelly and Lee's memories at Jordan's wedding, including adding their wedding bands in Jordan's bouquet and leaving two empty chairs for them.
"It was just a beautiful ceremony, a beautiful time," he said.
"It was just a magical wedding and we were just enjoying being with friends and family. it was just magical on all levels."
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