Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott flaunts post-baby curves just 2 months after having twins
Her recent performance marked a remarkable comeback and fans could not get enough of the singer.
As reported in an article published by E Online, Hillary Scott returned to the stage on Sunday with Lady Antebellum at the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards just three months after giving birth to her twin daughters.
She was joined by Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood for their performance. Scott wore a black outfit embellished with an intricate floral pattern. The band performed their hit song Heart Break on the eventful night.
Before her performance, Scott spoke to Cody Alan from CMT and updated her followers about her twin daughters. Her band also expressed their support to the mother of three despite her busy schedule.
The group shared a sneak peek with their fans on social media with a post after posing for photographs on the red carpet.
Scott said that her twin girls have grown a lot in the last three months. She revealed that both the girls, Betsy Mack Tyrrell and Emory JoAnn Tyrrell, have doubled their birth weight.
Both her daughters weighted only four pounds and ten ounces when she brought them from the hospital. The babies have grown to clock over 11 pounds on the weighing scale.
Scott added that the girls are eating good and she has slightly more time for herself as they have started to take longer naps.
Kelley admitted that Scott's schedule is much more hectic than before but the band takes pump breaks. After rehearsals, Scott takes time off to have her lunch and then pump.
Scott has been enjoying every moment with her three daughters and is simultaneously preparing for a hectic summer schedule with Lady Antebellum.
The band will be hitting the road to perform at various locations across the nation for their summer tour 'Summer Plays On' featuring Darius Rucker and special guest Russell Dickerson from July 19 in Toronto.