Whoever said maternity photos must be boring must not know Tyler Hubbard’s wife Haley.
Her recent maternity shoot looks like something out of “Vogue” magazine.
The Florida Georgia Line singer posted one of the photos of his wife on his Instagram page with a flame emoji and the hashtag for “woman crush Wednesday.”
One look at this photo and you will know why.
Dressed in a black turtleneck crop top and a black bikini bottom, Hayley’s belly is fully exposed in the classiest and chicest way.
Hayley and Tyler posed together for another photo he shared recently, a black and white that looks like it could have been from the same shoot.
“Three more weeks until we get to meet our little angel,” he captioned that shot, posted on Dec. 2.
It’s getting so close, guys. At this point, they basically have just over two weeks until Hayley’s due date, but it could be any day now!
Photographer Lola Melani took these stunning photographs, but pregnancy hasn’t always been glamorous these last few months, Hayley previously told “People” magazine.
Back in the summer, she admitted that morning sickness was a big struggle for her.
“[It’s] just nausea all day, but that’s to be expected,” she told the magazine.
But it didn’t slow her down. Instead, she flew to Malawi with the UCSF School of Nursing to advocate for maternal child health initiatives.
Hayley said it gave her so much perspective and gratitude as she and Tyler venture into this most exciting time of their lives.
Baby girl Hubbard, who was originally predicted to be a boy, is the biggest blessing Tyler and Hayley could have ever imagined.
“There’s a lot that we’re going to get to learn,” Tyler told People of parenthood. “Hayley and I both really love learning and growing as people. For us, it’s the next phase and the next stage of life that God can really teach us a lot and show us patience … and selflessness.”
We think these two are going to make the best parents.
Let the countdown begin!
In other exciting news, Florida Georgia Line is nominated for both Duo/Group and Tour of the Year in the Rare Country Awards, and it’s up to you to decide the winners. Vote now through Dec. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.