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Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and his wife, Hayley, look so happy in a throwback photo Hayley just posted on Instagram. The shot was taken 10 months ago while the two of them were soaking up some sunshine in Los Angeles. He’d just written a new song called “Meant to Be” that day, along with pop singer Bebe Rexha and a few other co-writers. A line in that song seems to sum up this picture quite nicely, “As long as you’re right here next to me, everything’s gonna be alright.”

Little did the Hubbards know how much God had in store for them over the next few months. Shortly after that photo was taken, Tyler and Hayley found out they were pregnant. They welcomed their little bundle of joy, Olivia, this past December.

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Hayley writes about that day 10 months ago, “I can remember it so clearly! The song is now No. 1 in all genres on iTunes, and I couldn’t be more proud of him. So crazy what all can happen in a year and how hard work really does pay off. We’ve since then found out we were pregnant, had a baby, traveled like crazy, and this song worked its way into fruition and all the way up the charts. Love this song and everyone that has had a hand in it. Like I always say … it was all #meanttobe #Godisgood.”

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Seriously, “Meant to Be,” is a monster hit. It’s been No. 1 on “Billboard’s” Hot Country Songs chart since mid-December. And it’s opened up some big doors for Tyler and his family as he moves forward in the music business.

Tyler and Hayley celebrated their love with a little pre-Valentine’s Day dinner on Feb. 13. She shared some of the adorable photos from the evening on her Instagram Story.


Olivia was there with her daddy watching the Winter Olympics and cheering on Shaun White to his third gold medal.


Olivia was obviously very happy to see Shaun’s triumphant run!

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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