Jack White and Karen Elson Welcome Little Henry Lee White Into the World

According to that trash rag The Associated Press, Jack White and wife Karen Elson greeted their second child into this big bad world on Tuesday, August 7th. His name is fitting of a Southern gentleman, Henry Lee White. Surely 15-month old big sister Scarlett Teresa looks forward to sharing her baby sunblock with him. Congratulations to the family!

But if you had a choice, what would YOU have named Jack White baby number two? Perhaps General Lee White? Or what about Rhett Butler White?

The White Stripes national tour resumes on September 13th in New Mexico.

Author: laura

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20 thoughts on “Jack White and Karen Elson Welcome Little Henry Lee White Into the World”

  1. that man works fast. i bet he’s inseminating her again as we speak. “must….have…..THREE!”

    or 13. you know those irish!

  2. If he had another daughter, i would have said suzy lee.

    but for a son, Charles Kane White (a partial tribute to citizen kane)

  3. I think it’s a good thing they didn’t name him Rhett. I think it is a cool name and all but would you want to be Rhett with your sister named Scarlett? I think that would pretty much fuck you up.

  4. At least they didn’t name the kid Red, Crimson or Vermillion or something colorful like that. Henry Lee White is a bit of a serial killer-ish, but a nice name nonetheless.

  5. Associated press is a trash rag? then what do you call an elitist indie hipster music blog? Sounds like some jealousy towards the fact that bloggers /= real journalists.

  6. I think henry lee is fine enough, I was expecting the ‘red’ theme to carry on, but gladly it didn’t..
    Congrats to them both,….

  7. I agree that they seem to be playing the “baby catch-up” game, but I applaud them both. Any name would do just fine….it’s the child’s job to make the name. Look what Jack did with John…I rest my case: black, with red and white trim. One of three!
    Best to all four of them.

  8. I agree that they seem to be playing the “baby catch-up” game, but I applaud them both. Any name would do just fine….it’s the child’s job to make the name. Look what Jack did with John…I rest my case: black, with red and white trim. One of three!
    Best to all four of them.

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