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The heartbreaking story behind Gayle King's grandson's name

Gayle King was overjoyed when she became a grandmother in September 2021 and she dotes upon her only grandchild, Luca Lynn Miller.But her daughter, Kirby and husband, Virgil, didn't randomly pick a name they liked for their baby as it had a heartfelt reason behind it. MORE: Gayle King shares glamorous bikini-clad selfie with daughter and grandson The couple welcomed their baby boy in September 2021, and Gayle said she was "nuts about him" from the start.WATCH: Gayle King receives unbelievable cake from Oprah Winfrey At the time, Gayle made the announcement on Instagram and wrote: "Drum roll, please. I am officially a grandmother.

Kirby and her husband Virgil Miller, please allow me to introduce to the world Luca Lynn Miller."The TV host then revealed the difficult meaning behind his moniker.ORE: Robin Roberts shares special present from Gayle KingMORE: Gayle King wows in figure-hugging dress that causes a stir"Virgil lost his brother earlier this year, so little Luca has his uncle's middle name," she added. "His initials are LLM, so we already call him L.L.

Mill."A post shared by Gayle King (@gayleking)Gayle's grandson was named after his late uncle Gayle adores being a grandmother and gushed about her experience when speaking to Parents magazine's We Are Family podcast recently. She opened up about how much she loves being part of Luca's life."I'm certainly not the first person to have a grandchild—I realize that, but what I like is seeing Kirby become a mother herself. MORE: Today star Sheinelle Jones and Gayle King celebrate 'divas' with fun night outMORE: CBS' Gayle King reveals Carly Pearce covered her brunch bill before CMT Music Awards"She's so good at it.

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Gayle King was overjoyed when she became a grandmother in September 2021 and she dotes upon her only grandchild, Luca Lynn Miller.But her daughter, Kirby and husband, Virgil, didn't randomly pick a name they liked for their baby as it had a heartfelt reason behind it. MORE: Gayle King shares glamorous bikini-clad selfie with daughter and grandson The couple welcomed their baby boy in September 2021, and Gayle said she was "nuts about him" from the start.WATCH: Gayle King receives unbelievable cake from Oprah Winfrey At the time, Gayle made the announcement on Instagram and wrote: "Drum roll, please. I am officially a grandmother.
The SpringHill Company have partnered up to release a new installment of Recipe for Change, the original series where celebrities, activists, and creators come together for a chef-prepared meal to discuss important topics dealing with gender and race.Directed by Joie Jacoby, Recipe for Change: Amplifying Black Women, highlights the resilience of Black women as they navigate the beautiful but complicated world around them. This edition comes after the success of the Daytime Emmy Award-Nominated Recipe for Change: Stop Asian Hate, and the recently released Recipe for Change: Standing Up To Antisemitism.The special will have Mary J.

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