Tim McGraw Gushes Over His ‘Super Special Kids’

Tim McGraw and his wife, Faith Hill, are about to become empty-nesters. The couple's youngest daughter, Audrey, just turned 18 and was among the 2020 graduating class, as was his middle daughter Maggie, who graduated from Stanford.

Tim and Faith are proud of the job they've done raising their three girls. He illustrates that point by sharing an example of his 23-year-old daughter Gracie's good southern manners. [“We were talking to Gracie last night and she had her friend at her house, and she had met her friend’s parents, and she called her parents ‘yes ma’am and no ma’am, and yes sir and no sir.’  Her friend told her, ‘Oh, my parents don’t like that’s too Southern,' and Gracie says, ‘Look, I can feel my mom yelling at me from across the country if I don’t say yes ma’am or no ma’am, and yes sir or no sir.’  She was laughing about that.  That’s something to us, where we grew up, it shows respect, and it’s nice to see our kids still do that.  So, we got really . . . I mean, knock on wood we got three daughters and they’re all just really super special, good kids.”] SOUNDCUE (:34 OC: . . . special, good kids.)

Tim wished his two graduating daughters congratulations on social media by sharing a few cute pictures and writing, "Our class of 2020 girls! Stanford 2020 EHS 2020 Boom! Great work ladies! Mom and I are so proud of y’all!!!"

Tim's latest single, “I Called Mama,” sits in the Top 20 and climbing on the country charts.

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