The members of Lady Antebellum have six kids between them and many times their offspring hits the road with their parents and music in bound to be instilled in them.
Hillary Scott, who has three daughters, says, “Eisle, [who is six], I think, knows. Like one of her teachers at school said ‘Yeah, Eisle had a group of girls singing ‘Thy Will’ the other day, just in the middle class. So I think she knows that we sing and she has been out on stage with us a handful of times and has had that experience.”
While Eisle probably understands that her mom sings on stage and on TV for her job, Hillary says, “I don’t think it’s fully grasped yet. Ironically, I had the same upbringing with both my parents being in music and traveling, and watching my mom and dad on stage, and so I look forward to those moments when she does start to talk about it and I can be like, ‘Girl, I feel ya. I was there.’”
Scott recently posted several pictures of her twin girls showing how they grew. She wrote, “0/3/6/9/12/15/18 months. A LOT has changed and A LOT of lbs. and hair growth has occurred. Happy 18 months my angel babies!”
Lady Antebellum is prepping to release a new album before the end of the year, featuring their latest song, “What If I Never Get Over You.”