Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum welcomes a baby girl
Hillary Scott and her husband Chris Tyrrell have welcomed their first child.
The Lady Antebellum singer gave birth to a baby girl on Monday, July 22, in Nashville, a spokesperson for Scott confirmed to People magazine. The baby, named Eisele Kaye Tyrrell, weighed in at 7 pounds and 13 ounces.
The magazine reports the girl's first name is pronounced Eyes-lee and it is a combination of Chris Tyrrell's mother's maiden name and Scott's mother's middle name, which is Kaye.
Scott, 27, Tweeted about her daughter's birth on Monday and included a photo of the newborn's footprints.
"She's here, and we are in HEAVEN!!! Eisele Kaye, our beautiful angel, HAPPY BIRTHDAY," Scott wrote.
The couple announced Scott's pregnancy in December 2012. The pair wed in January 2012 in a ceremony in upstate New York. Scott met Tyrell, a Nashville drummer, on the Tim McGraw tour in 2010. The two became engaged over the Fourth of July weekend in 2011 in East Tennessee.
Lady Antebellum, which includes band mates Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, is likely best known for the hit single "Need You Now." The band debuted in 2007 and is also known for songs like "Love Don't Live Here," "Lookin' for a Good Time" and "I Run to You."
The band released their fourth studio album "Golden" on May 7.