This OG High-5 member just had a baby and we’re shook

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Feel old yet? 

Australian kids band and entertainers High-5 is still going strong and has countless members over the years. 

But if you’re a 90s or early 2000s baby you’ll remember the OG members (*cough* the BEST members *cough*): Charli, Nathan, Kathleen, Kellie and Tim.

It’s been a LONG time since they all put five in the air and did it together. 

So long that they’re now popping out babies. 

And we're SHOOK. 

The latest OG member to have a kid? Charli Robinson. She's 38-years-old by the way (!!!). 

Her and her racing car driver partner Liam Talbot shared the good news on her Instagraman account on Tuesday January 1 by sharing a sweet snap from the hospital room.

“OUR BEAUTIFUL BABY GIRL HAS ARRIVED!!!! Kensington Claire Talbot,” Charli captioned the photo. 

“We look forward to introducing you to our beautiful Kensy very soon! She’s perfectly healthy, happy and although joined us a little early, she’s the most welcomed gift! Our hearts are bursting with love!” 

Charli, who suffered a miscarriage in the past, has been excitedly showing off her pregnant belly in a LOAD of snaps in recent months.

The arrival of a healthy little girl is something to be celebrated, and her partner Liam also shares her excitement. 

Posting the same hospital room photo as Charli he wrote his own sweet caption: 

“A massive welcome to the world for my daughter - KENSINGTON CLAIRE TALBOT. One determined lady who couldn’t wait to meet us. Charli and Kensy are both healthy and perfect. We are now a family,” it read. 

From entertaining kids to now having kids of their own, it’s safe to say the OG High-5 clan have officially moved on from their performing days. 

As for us? We feel old AF. 

Images: High-5 / Sony.

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Written By Krisinda Merhi

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