Meet Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s 3 Daughters

by Emily Morgan
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There’s no doubt being the children of country music’s biggest stars comes with some pretty bigs shoes to fill. For Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, their daughters seem to be well on their way to carving out their own lives.

Fans have known Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, country music’s most prominent power couple, to have one of the most successful celebrity marriages. However, their life would probably look much different if it weren’t for their three daughters: Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey. 

Their parents couldn’t be more proud of the young women they’ve worked so hard to raise.

“We’re so proud of our daughters because the world that they grew up in,” Tim McGraw said in an interview when asked about his girls. “It can easily make the kids turn out differently.”

He continues fawning over them, saying, “And our girls are so grounded, they’re so humble. They have such big hearts, and they work hard at the things that they want to accomplish — and we’re really proud of them. We couldn’t ask for better kids. They’re smarter than us in so many ways.”

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill’s Eldest: Gracie McGraw

McGraw and Hill’s oldest daughter, Gracie, turned 23-years-old on May 5, 2020. Gracie, who has garnered quite the following on social media, has followed in her parent’s footsteps to pursue a career in the entertainment industry as an actor. 

Even though country music may not be her calling, Gracie has quite the singing voice. She often posts clips of herself singing solo or with her parents. In 2015, Gracie joined her dad on stage at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, where they performed “Here Tonight.”

In addition, at 18-years-old she led an all-female alt-rock group called Tingo. The group performed publicly and recorded some songs between college semesters but no longer created music together.

There’s no doubt her parents couldn’t be more proud of the woman Gracie has turned out to be. On social media, her parents often given her heartfelt shoutouts for her birthday or other special moments. 

For her most recent birthday, her dad took a moment to pay tribute to his eldest. “Happy 23rd birthday Gracie! Our oldest is 23…Wow. The sweetest, kindest heart in the world….So beautiful inside and out She’s always there for her friends. Always there for her family….And always there with a big smile and a boisterous laugh We love her so much.”

Faith followed suit with her own hearfelt post: “Swipe to find a young woman who is simply extraordinary in every way imaginable. Happy Birthday, Gracie I love you, mom.”

22-Year-Old Maggie McGraw

Maggie McGraw, now 22-years-old, recently graduated from college in California in June 2020. While she attended Stanford, Maggie studied climate control, which became near and dear to her heart. 

“Maggie is a free diver,” Tim McGraw said of Maggie in June of 2016. “She’s always been interested in the ocean, so her primary interest is marine biology,” he said, noting that it’s “always been her biggest interest.”

Like her sister and her parents, Maggie is no stranger to showing off her singing abilities. Maggie was the lead singer of a girl group that performed outdoor concerts at Stanford University. Her Instagram feed includes photos of herself singing on stage alongside her girl group. While Maggie hasn’t pursued a music career, she definitely has impressive singing chops.

19-Year-Old Audrey McGraw

Last but certainly not least, there is Audrey McGraw, the youngest of the McGraw clan. At 19-years-old, she’s graduated from high school in the class of 2020 and is currently studying film making. 

For her birthday, her mom posted a throwback video on Instagram of her youngest singing “Single Ladies.”

“My little sparrow with her head full of dreams. Oh, the places you will go my sweet.”

Even though Audrey has yet to publicly announce a pursuit in music like her sisters, we know that she can sing. In 2014, a clip surfaced of Audrey singing The Chicks’ “Travelin’ Soldier,” which blew us away. 

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