Get ready for your heart to melt over this new picture of Florida Georgia Line singer Tyler Hubbard’s baby girl, Olivia.
Her mama, Tyler’s wife Hayley, just posted the shot of little Liv sharing a sweet moment with her four-legged big brother, Harley. They way the two of them are just staring at each other, it’s clear to see Harley is just as sweetly obsessed with Olivia as we are!
As for the onesie Liv is wearing in that first picture, it’s part of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s “This Shirt Saves Lives” campaign. The hospital in Memphis treats children with cancer and other catastrophic illnesses who come there from around the world. They are treated at no cost to the families, and the Hubbard family is all about supporting the cause.
Hayley’s caption on the photo of her two babies reads, “Harley and Olivia having a moment and talking about how incredible @stjude is. #thisshirtsaveslives #stjudechildrensresearchhospital.”
It’s just too cute!
This adorable shot comes just one week after Hayley posted this picture of one-month-old Liv looking up at Harley with her eyes open wide.
Hayley’s caption reads, “Big brother Harley already giving Liv advice #sweetsouls #heart2heart.”
We know little Olivia is inspiring her daddy to write some new songs. Tyler and duo partner Brian Kelley are on quite a hit streak lately, by the way.
FGL have been sitting at No. 1 on the “Billboard” Hot Country Songs chart for eight straight weeks now with their collaboration with pop star Bebe Rexha on the track, “Meant to Be.” Tyler and Bebe are co-writers on the song, which how now been streamed more than 375 million times around the globe.
Check out their recent performance of the song on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
The guys are also scoring pop crossover gold with their Hailee Steinfeld and Alesso collaboration, “Let Me Go.”
That track’s streaming numbers have topped the 300 million mark, too.
FGL is headed up north to Prior Lake, Minnesota, on Saturday, Feb. 3, to play a show at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel as part of the entertainment surrounding Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis on Sunday. You’ll recall they’ve been featured in this season’s “Monday Night Football” opening on ESPN along with Hank Williams, Jr. and Jason Derulo.