Have you ever been in one of those situations where you didn’t realize you wanted something until you saw someone else with it? Sometimes it’s as simple as a cup of coffee or a corndog at the county fair, and other times, it’s a bit more complicated, maybe a new car or a spouse. We’re just wondering if that happened to Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and his wife, Brittney, when they met baby Olivia Rose Hubbard, the newborn daughter of Brian’s FGL partner, Tyler Hubbard and wife Hayley.
Brian shared a photo on his Instagram page, and it seems the couple has just met the newest addition to the FGL family who made her debut just before Christmas. And, of course, we see what we want to see, but we can’t help but notice beautiful Brittney completely absorbed in baby Olivia while hubs BK is absolutely beaming.
He even admitted, “Hard not to get emotional while meeting this precious angel today. Oh my Lord what a blessing! @thubbmusic @hayley_hubbard so so proud of y’all! What a beautiful story God is writing 🙏🏼🎉😂😁😬 Y’all got parents of the year on lock already 👊🏼”
So could Brian and Brittney be dreaming of a little one of their own? Who knows. Of course, they did give birth in their own sort of way in 2017 when they opened their first retail boutique, Tribe Kelley, in Nashville’s hip Hillsboro Village at the end of the year. We’re betting being new business owners is keeping them up at night … but with a few less dirty diapers.
Brian and Tyler birthed another project together in 2017 when they opened the doors of FGL House in downtown Nashville, a combination bar, restaurant and live music venue in the city’s historic honky-tonk district.
Meanwhile, it looks like T-Hubbs and Hayley have adapted to parenting without even a bump in the road. While we haven’t yet seen a newborn photo shoot for Olivia yet, we have seen Tyler being the consummate new father and happy hubby, tending to both his daughter and wife’s needs while Hayley does the mom thing and looks amazing doing it.
Like most of the country music community, Florida Georgia Line has been on a break for the holidays to recharge their batteries, but soon the award-winning duo will be hitting the road again for fair and festival season. No other tour plans have been officially announced, but this does leave Brian and Tyler time to begin work on the follow-up to their 2016 “Dig Your Roots” album, which produced three No. 1 singles, including the double platinum hit, “H.O.L.Y.” and their collaboration with Tim McGraw, “May We All.” They’ve traditionally released an album every two years, so with writing, recording and producing in 2018, 2019 would make sense for the next album to drop.
But we’ll see what the future holds, both personally and professionally.