Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott shows off her twins, after devastating miscarriage

Apr 13, 2018
12:07 A.M.
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Although celebrities are always wanting to show off, some things are not to be proud of, even being hurtful reminders of their past.


According to People, Hillary Scott opened up in an interview in this week’s issue about her new family of five, and she couldn't be more static.

The same outlet explained that her family includes husband Chris Tyrrell, their daughter, 4-year-old Eisele Kaye, and the couple’s 10-week-old identical twin girls, Betsy Mack and Emory JoAnn.

Scott claimed that they were taking it a week at a time, claiming that she wasn’t sure. She also suffered a miscarriage right before becoming pregnant with her twins.

“I’m like, ‘With Eisele, I carried a certain way. With twins, I mean, I might look five months pregnant by 12 weeks. Who knows?’ ” she added.


It seems like Scott told the outlet that there were some aspects of expecting twins that “were actually easier than with Eisele."

She also said that physically, she felt much better than the pregnancy in which she miscarried. “And because that was a long process, it took me a while to fully recover from the miscarriage just because it was physically and emotionally difficult. This time around, I slept a lot,” she explained.


She also said that she endured double the fatigue, as she was sick in the beginning and was always right around showtime, having to take anti-nausea medicine that her doctor prescribed her.

Lady Antebellum was on the road supporting their latest album, "Heart Break." “I didn’t know if I would’ve been able to make a handful of shows because there just were some close calls,” Scott admitted.

The new mom of three thinks her new daughters are a double blessing, also claiming that it was really emotional to find out she was expecting two babies.

Expecting twins was extra special for the couple, who initially wondered if they may need to consider medical assistance after their previous loss.

Scott said she became calmer around week 20 of her pregnancy, also claiming that she would have moments of feeling really at peace during the ordeal.