Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter Gracie McGraw stuns in a red dress. In her latest social media post, she shows off her fancy dinner attire.
McGraw is also apparently a mean cook as well. She shared a fancy pork rib dinner that she cooked herself. Perhaps she has a future as a chef. If not, McGraw certainly knows how to set an occasion for a home-cooked meal. McGraw called herself “Chef G” in the post and entertained her guests.
She may have cooking skills. But she was dressed more like she was dining in at a fancy restaurant than cooking one herself. McGraw dazzled in her red dress evening attire.
On Instagram, McGraw wrote, “Chef g!! Dinner for my baby @shaughnbuchholz visiting from down under ( the south) !! Crispy pork ribs with scallion ginger herb sauce, heirloom crostata, smashed tatters, and fennel salad!!! Chefs always gotta dress up!”
Tim McGraw’s Daughter Is a Regular On Social Media
Gracie McGraw is 23-years-old (she turns 24 in May) and has made a name for herself on social media. McGraw often interacts with her legions of follows, posting regular updates. In addition, McGraw has charted her own path in the entertainment industry with plans to be an actor.
On social media, McGraw often posts messages of body positivity. In one particular post, McGraw posted a video of herself dancing after someone body-shamed her in public.
She wrote, “I decided to dance it out, take some pics, and embrace my floppy body. And you know what, it feels good. It feels good to remind yourself that you are allowed to have good days and bad days AND that you are allowed to turn those bad moments into good moments. That’s my Ted talk for the day!! Enjoy my cellulite because I am!!”
Additionally, McGraw may not have followed her famous parents into country music. But she also has a singing voice in her own right. Occasionally, McGraw has joined her father on stage to perform together. For instance, she appeared alongside him at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The two performed “Here Tonight” together on that ocassion.
Briefly, McGraw started an all-female alt-rock band, Tingo, when she was 18. The two performed and even recorded when she was in college. But they’ve split up and gone their separate ways since then. These days, McGraw is most active on social media.