Bratayley or the The LeBlanc family, are American-based YouTubers ran by Annie LeBlanc, Hayley LeBlanc, Katie LeBlanc, Billy LeBlanc (formerly), and Caleb LeBlanc (died on October 2015).
Annie LeBlanc (born December 5, 2004) is the second child and the eldest sibling in the family since Caleb's death. Originally a gymnast, she soon rose to fame not only in Bratayley but also in the art of singing, first partnering with fellow YouTuber Hayden Summerall in their cover of "Little Do You Know", and "Fly", her first solo cover. She would soon release her own hair gel with Rock Your Hair. She also worked on projects with different brands including Brat and Nickelodeon.
Hayley LeBlanc (born September 2, 2008) is the youngest child in the family. Originally, Bratayley would be her personal channel but ended up being a family channel. Like her sister, she was also a gymnast. She also worked on projects with different brands including Brat and Nickelodeon.
Katie and Billy
They are the parents to the Bratayley children. Billy has his own channel named Dadtayley where he posted workout videos and vlogs. The channel is currently inactive. In September 2019, Katie announced on her Instagram that she and Billy separated.
Caleb LeBlanc (July 13, 2002 - October 1, 2015 [aged 13]) was the oldest sibling and the only male child in the family. His dream was to be a baseball player. He was known to the family as Baked Potato. He used to have a YouTube channel named blazenoutlaws where he uploaded Minecraft videos, but it is now known as "The Arrow Faction", a collaboration channel. He passed away on October 1, 2015, due to a heart disease known as Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. His death received a lot of attention from the media which is one of the reasons why the Bratayley channel is popular today.
The first video released on the channel was the teaser trailer (with the original intention of being Hayley's personal channel), uploaded on December 31, 2010. The first vlog was released a day later. From there it slowly grew to a successful family channel where they share some of their memorable moments through their videos.
Bratayley also became a source for the siblings' popularity, as they were soon given numerous projects by different companies, including digital media network Brat TV and television network Nickelodeon.
From its inception, videos were mostly uploaded daily. In 2018, at the height of popularity of the siblings, the channel switched to a weekly upload schedule to decrease their workloads. In late 2019, they announced that they are having a break from uploading videos on the channel.