Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Expecting Baby No. 3
On Thursday, Tyler Hubbard and Hayley Stommel introduced that their circle of relatives is rising as soon as once more in probably the most lovable method. Taking to Instagram, the Florida Georgia Line singer shared a chain of snaps of the couple’s daughter Olivia Rose, 2, telling their son Luca Reed, 6 months, a treasured little secret.
“‘Little brother, mommy, and daddy are having another!'” he captioned the submit, the place the candy siblings are wearing matching outfits. “We were as surprised as Liv was and as speechless as Luca. #3under3.” Hayley shared the lovable footage to her account, declaring that little Luca’s surprised expression used to be rather funny. “When Luca finds out he’s not the baby anymore,” she wrote. “Surprise, right here comes Hubbard child #three!!
This information comes months after the longtime couple, who tied the knot in 2015, welcomed their child boy in August. Wanting to stay their little package of pleasure a wonder, Tyler and Hayley made up our minds to announce the thrilling information at the pink carpet in February as they headed into Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy Gala.
Speaking to E! News on the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, the rustic crooner could not masks his pleasure over being a dad once more. “We got a little dude on the way so we’re pretty excited. Middle of August we’ll have another one in the house,” he advised Jason Kennedy and Tanya Rad. “I’m feeling pretty good. I don’t know if it’s snuck in yet but we’re definitely excited.”
“Having a baby is just exhausting,” he captioned a video of his spouse maintaining a work of bacon over him as he sleeps. “Hayley had been trying to wake me up for 20 minutes to help her out and If at 10 am a piece of bacon won’t do it then nothing will. This was the third and final attempt. Haha.”
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