Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott doesn't think she's ''ready'' to give birth to twins, as she thinks it'll be a ''chaotic circus'' at first.
Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott doesn't think she's ''ready'' to give birth to twins.
The 31-year-old singer and her husband Chris Tyrell - who already have four-year-old daughter Eisele together - are expecting to welcome two daughters into the world when she gives birth in February, and the pair are preparing for the first few months to be a ''chaotic circus'' before they manage to get their family settled into a routine.
Speaking to E! News at the 2017 CMA Awards on Wednesday (08.11.17), she said: ''[I'm in] the sweet spot of the second trimester before you enter the third and get super uncomfortable. Everyone's healthy, growing good, and excited to kind of celebrate country music tonight, work a couple more weeks and then put my feed up.
''I don't know if anyone is ever really ready for twins. But I'm trying to get as prepared as possible. I know it will be a chaotic circus in the beginning, but I'm hopeful we'll get them on a schedule and we'll love them more than anything and we'll figure it out.''
Hillary isn't the only member of the 'Need You Now' hitmakers to be expanding their brood, as Dave Haywood and his wife Kelli Haywood are expecting a little girl in a few weeks, whilst Charles Kelley and his wife Cassie McConnell Kelley welcomed a baby boy named Ward in February 2016.
Guitarist Dave - who already has three-year-old son Cash with Kelli - said: ''By next summer we're going to have six little baby bellums which is crazy to even think about. So, six kids out on the road next summer. So, we'll probably have to have a whole bus for them.''
The 'Just a Kiss' musicians already take their three children on tour with them, and Dave, 35, insists they all get along as closely as the band does.
He added: ''They're so close; they love each other; they play well together; and they've really just become part of our road family.''
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