Tyler Hubbard & Wife Expecting Their First Child!

Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and wife Hayley announced they're expecting their first child!

The couple spoke with People Magazine and revealed their new addition should be arriving in December, which conveniently worked out with FGL's current touring schedule. “The due date is the end of December — we're going to be off the road [and] be able to be home for the first few months. It's just crazy how it all worked out so perfectly," says Hubbard. The country singer also shared that while the two had been trying since finding out friends Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren were expecting, there wasn't a lot of pressure to make anything happen yet.

“We haven't put a whole lot of pressure on ourselves to just try to have a baby or not try to have a baby," Hubbard explains. “We've just been going with it and seeing what happens, and it's been fun to live in that moment for a little while of, 'If it happens, great. If it doesn't, great as well.' That's where we've been, and it's been fun to trust God and know that his timing is perfect. It really is so perfect."

Hayley explains how the couple found out she was pregnant actually had more to do with intuition. “We'd just gotten back from California and I wasn't sleeping … I woke up one night and I was like, 'Oh my gosh. I'm pregnant." And while she admits the morning sickness has not been easy, “Tons of morning sickness. Just nausea all day…", Hayley flew to Malawi with the UCSF School of Nursing to advocate for maternal child health initiatives. “…it put things into perspective for me because we were working in Malawi with the UCSF School of Nursing and so we were in a lot of hospitals with women that just had babies. They were with their newborns in these dirty congested hospitals and no sheets on the bed — conditions you would never want to have your baby in — so suddenly I didn't feel as sick or feel as bad."

The couple shares that they are excited and ready for this next step, adding that “There's all kinds of emotions on both ends of the spectrum from excitement to [nervousness]. But the excitement definitely [outweighs] the nerves."