Tim McGraw’s Daughter Maggie Posts Cute Candid Shots: ‘Rosie the Riveter Meets Yellowstone’

by Charles Craighill
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As it turns out, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter, Maggie McGraw loves the show Yellowstone as much as we do. The 22-year-old posted a couple of candid shots of her and her friends to Instagram earlier today. In one picture, she dresses in an outfit reminiscent of Kayce Dutton next to someone looking like Rosie the Riveter. On the next slide, she plays chess snuggled up in a blanket with one of her friends.


“Rosie the Riveter meets Yellowstone meets Queen’s Gambit,” Maggie McGraw says in the Instagram post. She looks to be shaking herself up a nice cocktail in the first picture. In the second, however, she sticks to a nice glass of red wine, the perfect drink for a girls’ night in.

While these pictures seem to come from Nashville, Tennessee, Maggie McGraw now spends most of her time out in California. Tim McGraw’s second daughter now attends graduate school at Stanford University in the bay area. She graduated from Stanford as an undergraduate just last year.

Tim and Faith Cheer On Maggie McGraw

If there is one thing to know about Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, it is that they love and support their daughters. Since Maggie McGraw graduated last spring, her parents have encouraged her to chase after her dreams.

Her father mentioned that “she’s always been interested in the ocean, so her primary interest is marine biology” back in 2016. Now, she goes to graduate school for Sustainability Science and Practices after graduating with a major in Earth Systems: Ocean and Climates.

Maggie McGraw continues to follow her passions, not only in school, but also in her work outside of school. As she loves freediving, as her father has also mentioned, she has worked as an intern for several oceanic research companies.

While oceanic research and marine biology are her passions, Maggie McGraw also shares some of her family’s talent. Some of her Instagram posts suggest that she sang lead of an all-girl group during her undergraduate time at Stanford. Both of her sisters, Gracie and Audrey, also like to show off their pipes every once in a while. However, they all seem to have other aspirations than just following mom and dad.

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