Florida Georgia Line singer Tyler Hubbard and his wife, Hayley, have welcomed their second child, a baby boy named Luca Reed.

According to People, Luca was born right on his due date at 3:40AM in Nashville, He weighed in at 8 lbs., 11 oz., and measured 20.5 inches long at birth.

Hubbard took a moment to post a couple of sweet captured photos on social media of the proud parents with their new baby, adding some thoughts of his own regarding the new arrival. "Words can’t describe the overwhelming emotions that I experienced last night as we witnessed the miracle of life," he wrote. "I couldn’t be more proud of my amazing wife @hayley_hubbard through this whole journey. She’s an absolute angel and meant to be a mother. I thank God for answering our prayers and bringing Luca into the world peacefully and smoothly. I didn’t think life could get any better but it just did."

The couple announced they were expecting their second child in February of 2019, when they walked the red carpet at Clive Davis' pre-Grammy Awards event with her baby bump barely showing. People also shared an image of their daughter, Olivia Rose, in the snow with a sign that reads, "Only child expiring Aug. 19, 2019. I'm going to be a big sister!"

The couple married in 2015, and they welcomed Olivia Rose in December of 2017. They knew in advance that their second child would be a boy, and they announced that they were naming him Luca Reed in June of 2019.

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“Luca is a name we loved and it means ‘bringer of light,’ ” Hayley explained to People. “It also reminds us of Italy, which is one of our happy places!”

His middle name comes from his famous daddy.

“Reed is Tyler’s middle name, and we wanted Luca to have a little piece of Tyler in his name," Hayley adds.

“Having one kid’s amazing and I know having two is going to be just as amazing, as well — even better, I guess," Tyler Hubbard said in March of 2019. "But I think it’s one of those things you don’t really know how it’s gonna play out until it’s playing out.”

“I know we have an extra bunk on the bus for another baby, so we’ll just roll with it and see what happens. We’ve done it once and it’s only been a year, so I think we’re kind of in our groove a little bit," he added. "Hopefully, it’ll make it easier than waiting too long to have another one. We’re still in diapers with one, so hopefully, it’ll just transition right into the next one.”

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