Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Labels 2020 ‘Toughest Year of My Life’ in Thanksgiving Post

by Jacklyn Krol
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Florida Georgia Line member Tyler Hubbard is giving thanks in his Thanksgiving post.

What Tyler Had to Say

Tyler shared an Instagram post on Thursday (November 26). He shared an image of him and his wife Hayley and children Olivia Rose, Luca Reed, and Atlas Roy.

“This year has probably been the toughest year of my life,” he admitted. “But even all the hurdles I count as blessings because it’s changed my outlook on life and made me appreciate so many things that I once took for granted.

“I’m more thankful this year than ever. #happythanksgiving2020 to everyone,” he concluded.

Hayley’s Post

Hayley also shared a post giving thanks to celebrate the holiday. She also shared a picture of her family on the couch.

“GRATEFUL for our family and all the chaos in our life right now, among a zillion other things,” she captioned the sweet image. “We got to watch the Thanksgiving day parade for 5 minutes together before kids went haywire and that feels like a victory. Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving wherever and however you’re celebrating this year!🍁 #gratitude#thanksgiving

Florida Georgia Line and the CMA Awards

Earlier this month, Tyler tested positive for COVID-19 and was initially asymptomatic. He discovered his result prior to the 2020 CMA Awards which Florida Georgia Line was set to perform at. They canceled their appearance and performance. Tyler then quarantined in his tour bus in his own driveway, away from his family.

Tyler updated fans on his Instagram account and told them that this virus is real. “I woke up this morning for the first time and was like, ‘Okay, this is real. This is real. I can feel it in my head.’”

Weeks later, he was declared “COVID free.” He shared a message writing, “After 13 days of being on the tour bus in the driveway, I’m finally covid free and back in the house. Family dinner never felt so good. So thankful.”

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