Hillary Scott, the co-lead singer of Lady Antebellum, reveals the struggle after miscarriage
Lady Antebellum's, who have given us loads of good songs to listen, the co-leader Hillary Scott sorrowfully uncovered she endured a premature delivery a year ago and slammed a societal pressure to rapidly mend after a terrible loss.
Rather, the "Need Me Now" crooner told Good Morning America on Monday that she emptied out her difficult emotions into new music. FYI, she is married to Chris Tyrrell.
"Last fall, I went through a miscarriage," she confessed."This is something that is not talked about very often. I also feel like there's this pressure that you're supposed to be able to snap your fingers and continue to walk through life like it never happened," she continued.
The 30-year-old directed her motherly tragedy into her up and coming collection "Love Remains"— particularly in the track "Thy Will."
Today has been a mix of emotions, and I've chosen to let myself just soak them all in. The outpouring of love and support from friends, family, and complete strangers leaves me absolutely overwhelmed...yet I've been wading through waves of sadness as the weight of what happened to our family hits again...I know there are so many people out there dealing with the same feelings and I feel humbled that so many of you shared those feelings with me today. May God bless you all. #thywill
The artist, with the net worth of eleven million dollars, shares a 2-year-old little girl, Eisele Kaye, with spouse Chris Tyrell — who is a drummer for band Love and Theft.
The country rocker said she sees her daughter distinctively and embraces "her a lot tighter" since her miscarriage.
After her troublesome disclosure, the artist took to Instagram to thank fans for their backing.