Driver-turned-broadcaster Kyle Petty and his wife, Morgan, announced Monday the arrival of their first child together.
Kyle Petty revealed the birth of their son, Overton Owens Petty, on Sunday, reporting through his Twitter account that both mother and newborn are “doing GREAT!” The birth came one day after Petty’s 58th birthday.
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Morgan and I are SO Happy to welcome our son into our lives! Overton Owens Petty born 6-3-18! Baby and Mom are doing GREAT! We can’t wait for the adventure to begin! #prouddadandmom pic.twitter.com/ocqK7pEHqf
— Kyle Petty (@kylepetty) June 4, 2018
It’s the fourth child for Petty, who won eight times in NASCAR’s premier series before making the transition to broadcasting. Petty currently works as an analyst for NBC Sports. He’s also given back to the community through the Victory Junction Camp and the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America.
Kyle and Morgan Petty married in December 2015.