Country Singer Ned LeDoux's Daughter Dies In Tragic Choking Incident — What Happened

She was only 2 years old.

How Did Ned LeDoux's Daughter Die? New Details On The Death Of Country Singer's Daughter At 2 Instagram

According to a post shared on country singer Ned LeDoux’s Facebook page, his 2-year-old daughter tragically passed away on October 20 from accidental choking at the LeDoux family home. LeDoux shared many photos of his family in the past displaying how family-oriented and grateful he was for his family. In an extremely heartwarming Instagram post made this past summer, LeDoux shared a photo of him and his daughter smiling at each other with the caption: "This is my lil girl saying "See ya soon Daddy." We've got alota [sic] ground to cover this summer. Looking forward to every show along the way." 



A post shared by Ned LeDoux (@nedledoux) on Jul 2, 2019 at 3:01pm PDT

The Facebook statement written on behalf of him and his wife Morgan reads: “It is with great sadness that Ned & Morgan inform friends and fans that their two-year-old daughter Haven passed away on October 20th due to a tragic choking accident in the home. The LeDoux family appreciates your love and support and is requesting privacy at this time."


Taste of Country reported that “Paramedics were called to the family’s northeast Kansas home on October 20th and arrived quickly, but attempts to resuscitate her were unsuccessful.” 

Further details on the incident have not been released and the family is requesting that everyone respect their privacy during this difficult time. How did Ned Ledoux's daughter die?

1. Ned and his wife just celebrated 11 years of marriage

The couple celebrated 11 years of marriage this past May. Last year on their anniversary,  Ned shared a post on his Facebook page celebrating the two’s 10-year mark with the caption: “Today my wife and I celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary. It's been a wonderful ride darlin!” The photo features Ned and his wife Morgan riding horses in a field.


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2. Ned began his music career in 2015

Ned recorded solo work in 2015 with Mac McAnally and debuted his first EP Forever a Cowboy in 2016, on which he wrote four songs. In 2017, his first full-length album came out which was titled Sagebrush. The album has 12 tracks. The album is available on Amazon to stream, purchase digitally or even order a physical copy, old school style. 

3. He’s toured over 20 cities and will continue his tour in December

Ned has performed over 20 shows this past year and has six shows planned for his Dance with your Spurs On tour from December 2019 until February 2020. The tour will mostly take place in Nevada. Ned currently resides in Kansas with his wife and their 8-year-old son Bronson, according to CMT. Ned's Instagram showcases many photos of his previous tours which had a pretty good turnout.



A post shared by Ned LeDoux (@nedledoux) on Jun 3, 2019 at 1:45pm PDT

4. His album comes out next month

LeDoux’s second studio album Next in Line is expected to be released on November 8 and is currently available for pre-order for $15. It includes some songs to commemorate his late father with track 12 titled "Chris Ledoux Intro." On the official Ned LeDoux website, if you order his album by December 15, you can win the pair of boots seen on the album cover.


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5. The parents celebrated Haven’s birthday just a month ago

Just last month the LeDoux family celebrated their daughter's 2nd birthday, and Ned shared a sweet photo to capture the celebration. The photo shows adorable Haven at her birthday table, surrounded by her cute birthday cupcakes. The caption reads:“Turned the big #2 today! Happy to be home for this special day. What a character this one." 

6. Ned is the son of Chris LeDoux

According to Wikipedia, Chris LeDoux was known as “an American country music singer-songwriter, bronze sculptor, and hall of fame rodeo champion.”  He recorded 36 albums and also sold more than six million copies. In March of 2005, Chris died from a rare form of cancer at the age of 56.


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Elizabeth Ward is a writing student finishing her bachelor’s at the University of Louisville. She covers news, entertainment, relationships and everything in between.