It has been almost a month now that Hillary Scott and husband Chris Tyrrell announced to the world that they will be the proud parents of twin girls and, like most parents do, they are already reflecting on the moment they shared the news.
Scott and her husband already have a beautiful little four-year old daughter (Eisele) and the video they posted on Instagram telling her about her new sisters was priceless:
The couple had suffered a pregnancy loss and were trying to get pregnant again when they found out the astonishing news.
“The ultrasound tech, they’re taught to be extremely even-keeled and not too excited either way about anything,” Scott said. “She kind of started the ultrasound, and all of a sudden she just looked at me really monotone, kind of no emotion, and was like, ‘So how do you feel about two babies?’ And I said, ‘You’re joking.’ And she said, ‘I can’t joke about this.’ I just started busting out laughing. There was no other emotion I could find other than just complete shock and laughter.”
Now the Lady Antebellum member is completely overjoyed to add another little lady to their lives, as is her daughter Eisele.
“Eisele is so excited to have her very own living baby dolls,” Scott shared. “Chris and I are beyond grateful that we get to raise a household of little ladies, and can’t wait to watch and help them grow into kind, independent and confident women! Now we wait with great expectation (and many prayers) for them to get here safely!”
Scott isn’t the only band member that is expecting a new bundle of joy either, Dave Haywood and his wife are pregnant too!
“Well, #BabyBellum round 2 is on the way! We’re thrilled to announce the Haywoods are welcoming a girl this December, AND the Tyrrells are expecting in February 2018!!” the band wrote on Instagram back in August, sharing a photo of the big-siblings-to-be plus Charles Kelley‘s son Ward Charles, 19 months below:
Check out Lady Antebellum in the music video below for their song “Heart Break”, which the band used the publicity from to raise money for victims of Hurricane Maria. Fans can visit LadyAID.org to donate.