After heartbreaking 2015 miscarriage, Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott gives birth to twins
Since twins do not run in either Hillary or Chris' families, the couple thought that they would have to go through rounds of fertility treatments before Hillary could get pregnant.
Hillary Scott is clearly basking in the glow of second-time motherhood, and we honestly couldn't be happier for her. The singer recently opened up to People magazine about her 'bonus blessing' as she likes to call it, and how the journey of motherhood has been for her.
The Lady Antebellum star spoke about her new family of five, which includes husband Chris Tyrrell, their daughter Eisele Kaye, four and a half years old, and the couple’s 10-week-old identical twin girls Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn.
"You [definitely have] double the fatigue," she shares of the difference being pregnant with twins compared to a single baby. "I was sick in the beginning and it was always right around showtime so I had to take anti-nausea medicine that my doctor prescribed me, which, thank the Lord for that stuff.
The twins, says the singer, have been "a double blessing from the Lord", after she suffered a terrible miscarriage in 2015. She was also doubly emotional when she found out she was expecting two babies.
“It was emotional, because I’m like, ‘Oh, we’re going to have as many babies in our house as I hoped we would have,’” Scott remembers thinking. "It just isn’t in the same timing that I thought it was going to be, but we are going to have our three.”
Since twins do not run in either Hillary or Chris' families, the couple thought that they would have to go through rounds of fertility treatments before Hillary could get pregnant again after the unfortunate miscarriage. But as fate would have it, the twins "just happened" without any extra effort from the couple's side. The twins, Betsy and Emory, were born on January 29, 2018.
“We thought we would but we did not,” Scott said, who jokingly added: “I said, ‘And no, we did not Google how to have twins. It just happened.’ It was just one of those things. I was like, they’re meant to be here,’” she said.