Tyler Hubbard And Wife Hayley Make Valentine's Day A Year-Round Thing
By Blake Taylor
February 13, 2020
This Friday (February 14) on Valentine's Day people around the world will express their love for one another through gift giving and time together. However, Florida Georgia Line's, Tyler Hubbard, doesn't rely on one day to do something special for his wife Hayley Hubbard. He instead makes it a priority year-round.
"You do have to try a little bit harder because most of the time, especially for me, if I want something I'm just on Amazon Prime real quick and I'm gonna grab it," Hubbard shared with his record label. "But in our life, there's always good times for surprises. I think that's important for a healthy marriage."
He goes on to explain that it doesn't necessarily have to be an extravagant gift, any kind of unexpected surprise goes a long way. He says, "It doesn't necessarily have to be a gift, but just any kind of surprise that's unexpected, even if it's just little flowers or coming home early or whatever the case may be, keeping each other on your toes and excited."
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Had the best two day get away in Charleston with my favorite person. We walked, talked, drank lots of coffee, shopped, ate amazing food and ice cream, did a spin class, took naps, made love (best part), pumped, watched our show (million little things), looked back at old pictures, laughed, and missed the heck out of our kids but I am so thankful for this time. #recharge
Tyler and Hayley will celebrate their fifth anniversary later this year. The couple shares two children together including 2-year-old Olivia and 5-month-old Luca. The whole family along with Brian Kelley and his wife Brittany Kelley, stared in Florida Georgia Line's music video for "Blessings." The video shows precious moments spent with family to go right along with the lyrics of the song.
“No, I can’t count ‘em on both hands / But honey, look here at this picture / I’d say we’re a lucky fam / I’m thankful to be with you / A little house on a little land / A couple kids, two or three / Same old song that we’ll always sing / It sure ain’t hard to count your blessings,” Hubbard and Kelley sing in the chorus.
Old Dominion and Michael Franti & Spearhead will also serve as opening acts for Chesney. The tour will kick off on April 18 in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium, with the first amphitheater show a few weeks later on May 7 in West Palm Beach, Florida. For a full list of tour dates go here. Tickets for the tour are available now.
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