Traveling to Africa seems to have become an annual pilgrimage for some country stars, but perhaps none as much as it has for Florida Georgia Line. The duo and their families have been making the journey to the second-largest continent in the world since well before Tyler and Hayley Hubbard welcomed their first baby, Olivia, into the world. But now the Hubbard’s, along with Brian Kelley and wife Brittney are back, and their scrapbook of photos are memories we can all enjoy.
Hanging out with the residents of Giraffe Manor in Nairobi was high on the FGL “To Do” list.
Even two-year-old Olivia Rose, who is barely tall enough to reach a giraffe’s knees, gets in on the action of feeding the beautifully spotted creature, getting rewarded with what she called “sloberly” kisses.
The giraffes became so friendly with the visitors, they even tried to horn in on their family portraits.
And, of course, they weren’t going to miss an opportunity to dine with some of country music’s most successful artists.
It wasn’t just about the giraffes, though. Florida Georgia Line also supports Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya which works with orphaned elephants to assist their return to the wild. And, Brittney couldn’t help but post a photo of their newest addition to Tribe Kelley.
You may have noticed that Tyler’s baby boy, Luca, doesn’t seem to be on the trip with the family. At just six-months-old, he is likely too young to get the required vaccinations to travel to the area, but we feel certain he’ll get his chance, along with the third little one that the Hubbards are expecting.