The Truth About Faith Hill And Tim McGraw's Three Daughters

Fame and fortune can make it hard for true love to last, which is why not many celebrity couples stay together for the long haul. However, country superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw might be the exception to this rule, as the duo have kept their marriage strong since tying the knot in 1996, per Us Weekly. According to Country Living, Hill and McGraw recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary and commemorated the milestone year by filming scenes for the "Yellowstone" spinoff, "1883."

But while 25 years is a huge accomplishment, the most important milestones in their marriage might be the birth of their three daughters. About a year after their nuptials, the couple welcomed their first child, Grace. (At the time, Hill debuted her baby bump at the American Music Awards in 1997.) Shortly afterwards, Hill and McGraw welcomed their second daughter Maggie in 1998. Their youngest, Audrey, came along in December 2001 and completed their family of five. As of this writing, all three of their daughters are grown up and living lives of their own.

Grace McGraw has a degree and a love for music

When your parents are two of country music's biggest superstars, it can be hard growing up in the spotlight. However, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's three daughters — Grace, Maggie, and Audrey — seem to have thrived, forging successful paths for themselves.

Per Country Thang Daily, Hill and McGraw's oldest daughter Grace (often called Gracie) is 24 years old and currently pursuing an acting career with the Creative Artists Agency, which she joined after graduating from New York University. Grace is also known for her voice and previously performed with her dad in 2015 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, per Country Fancast. The father-daughter duo performed Tim McGraw's song "Here Tonight," which Gracie is also credited for on the song's recording. As a teenager, the outlet reports that Grace was also the lead singer of an alt-rock group called Tingo, which was an all-girl band.

Gracie McGraw has also been outspoken about her passion for body positivity. According to The U.S. Sun, Gracie spoke out about her struggles with her weight, saying, "I was always deemed as 'unhealthy' because I had a little more weight on me, which really made me question myself more and more. In reality, I was actually a healthy person but what was truly unhealthy about me was the way I was thinking." Today, she is proud of her body, posting photos to her Instagram with captions like, "Going into 2022 with: appreciation for my body and it's ever changing ways, love for myself so I can give better love to others, feeling proud of who I am settling into..."

Recently, Gracie has made the move from California to New York City.

Maggie McGraw is the intellectual of the family

According to People, Maggie McGraw (nicknamed Maggie May) graduated from Stanford University with a masters degree in sustainability science. After her graduation, Tim McGraw took to social media to express his delight in his daughter's success. "We are so incredibly proud of our Maggie May ... I have such admiration for her work ethic, her fierce love of her family and especially her passion to make the world a better place ... Go get 'em my sweet girl," he wrote on Instagram.

Like her older sister, Maggie has also leaned into her creative side and fronts a band called Sister Supply. According to Country Fancast, the band performed at a music festival at Stanford University in 2018 with their original song "Nausea" and covers of rock songs. She is also somewhat of a thrill seeker and a free diver, according to Hollywood Life. Recently, Maggie has been focused on charitable work, working with Feed the Frontline in Nashville at the start of the pandemic to help bring food to front-line workers. She is also living a more private life after deleting her Instagram in 2021.

Audrey McGraw is heading towards stardom

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's youngest daughter Audrey only recently graduated from high school, but that hasn't stopped her from beginning to pursue a career. People reports that she is already dipping her toes into the world of showbiz, and landed a campaign for Tory Burch in 2020. In 2021, Audrey was featured in her dad's music video for "7500 OBO," playing a heartbroken teenage girl (via People). Audrey's next step is college, which was delayed due to the pandemic.

It can be rare to see three famous children find so much success in life, but Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's children have found it. "It's inspiring to me to watch them go out on their own and do the things they do," said McGraw in an interview with People. "We raised three strong, independent, strong-minded young women. And what I'm most grateful for is just how normal our kids are and how grounded they are and how much they respect themselves and other people. It makes me feel like we've done a pretty decent job, especially Mom."