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Saturday 28 February 2015

Grammer: We love our child

Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Walsh
Kelsey Grammer

Kelsey Grammer has defended bringing his three-month-old baby to a party at the Playboy mansion.

The Frasier star brought baby Faith and wife Kayte to Hugh Hefner's Halloween bash on Saturday.

The new parents came under fire after a photo of the baby sleeping in her carrier during the event circulated over the internet.

But the actor, 57, has dismissed critics.

"Kayte is breast-feeding and we do not have a nanny or a trusted baby-sitter at this time, so Faith goes everywhere with us," he told E! News.

Kelsey brushed off concerns the venue isn't infant friendly. He insisted the couple were simply enjoying a low-key night with friends.

"We enjoyed the party with a few of our friends, the baby slept as her ears were covered the entire time and we left shortly after midnight. We enjoyed the evening. We love our child," he explained.

Kelsey wed Kayte Walsh, a British flight attendant, in February 2011.

The marriage came just weeks after his divorce was finalised from wife of 13 years, Camille Donatacci. The former couple share two children, an 11-year-old daughter, Mason, and an eight-year-old son, Jude.

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