Tyler Hubbard really loves his wife, and he's embracing her pregnancy curves in a series of sexy photos he's been posting to Instagram.

The Florida Georgia Line singer posted a new photo of Hayley on Wednesday (Dec. 6), posing in bikini underwear and a cropped top that exposes her growing baby bump. She is due in December, and Hayley is glowing in the gorgeous photo.

Hubbard accompanied the picture with the hashtag #wcw, which stands for Woman Crush Wednesday. The hashtag is used to accompany photos of women that others admire or find attractive, and Hayley certainly qualifies.

It's Bikini Season for Country Music's Pregnant Women!

This is becoming a habit for Hubbard; on Saturday (Dec. 2), he posted a picture of himself and Hayley, both shirtless, with her hands strategically covering herself as they stand belly-to-belly. That photo was the work of NYC photographer Lola Melani, whose work focuses on celebrating the beauty of pregnant women. The new photo is not credited.

The couple announced that Hayley was pregnant with their first child on June 7, and she debuted her baby bump later that same night on the red carpet at the 2017 CMT Music Awards. Hubbard was ebullient about the news.

"I think there’s a lot that we’re going to get to learn. I think Hayley and I both really love learning and growing as people," he told People. "And I think for us, it’s the next phase and the next stage of life that God can really teach us a lot and show us patience … and selflessness."

Hubbard and his wife revealed they were expecting a boy at a gender reveal party in June, but in an unusual tiwst, that turned out to be incorrect.

"God's got jokes...... After thinking we are having a boy for the last few months, turns out the blood test was wrong and we're actually having a little girl," Hubbard posted to Instagram on Aug. 4.

The couple's baby girl is due sometime around Christmas.

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