Lady A expands again

Thursday, August 17, 2017 – The trio Lady Antebellum is expanding in the kid department.

In a joint posting on Instagram, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood both said they were expecting children.

""Well, #BabyBellum round 2 is on the way!" they said. "We're thrilled to announce the Haywoods are welcoming a girl this December, and the Tyrrells are expecting in February 2018!"

Both Scott and Haywood have one child apiece.

UPDATE: in a Friday posting, Scott had some extra news: "God has answered our family's countless prayers! Our family is growing...TWINS! It's truly a miracle."

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