Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott On Twins: “They Are 10 Weeks Old and They Are Heaven.”

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After giving birth to her twins, Betsy and Emory, in January, Hillary Scott is back out with her Lady Antebellum boys, Charles Kelly and Dave Haywood, for a performance of their current single “Heart Break” at the ACM Awards.

To make their reunion even sweeter, Hillary recalled a special 10-year anniversary the trio will also be celebrating.

“A little bit of info,10 years ago on Sunday  our first album came out. So it’s a big anniversary weekend,” Hillary told One Country‘s Kelly Sutton. The trio’s self-titled debut album released on April 15, 2008.

“How do we look? Do we still look good?” Dave chimed in.

“We should have gotten each other a present. You know like an anniversary gift,” Charles added.

Not so fast there Charles. Hillary quickly reminded him that there was still time for shopping.

“I need to hold on to as much as I can because I save up for Sunday night,” Charles retorted. “If I start spending too much of it, I won’t have enough to gamble with. And I got to keep up with all the high rollers like Darius [Rucker] and Luke [Bryan]. But if I win, you’ll get something really special. If I don’t, I’ll write you a really nice hand-written letter.”

We couldn’t let Hillary and Dave leave our Twisted X/One Country booth without talking about their precious new babies. Dave and his wife Kelly welcomed a baby girl, Lillie, in December.

“They are super chill,” Hillary said of the twins. “They are starting to sleep so everybody is getting a little more sleep. They are 10 weeks old and they are heaven.”

“I’m obsessed with her,” Dave said about his baby girl. “She’s so sweet and sleeping and eating like a champ,” adding that big brother Cash is helping out with his little sister.

The trio will pick up right where they left off as they head out on the Summer Plays On Tour with pal Darius Rucker. The tour kicks off July 19 in Toronto, Ontario, with Russell Dickerson as the opening act.