Posted: 6:34 am Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
By Staff Writer
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw definitely have their hands full when it comes to raising kids. I mean one teenage girl is hard enough but they have 3. And even though Tim and Faith are the iconic, most popular couple in country music, these girls still know how to be sneaky and do things behind their back without even knowing. It’s just further proof that it doesn’t matter who you are, if you have teenage kids, they’re going to do things behind your back. Stuff they don’t want you to know about, just because. This is a perfect example of that…
Tim and Faith’s oldest daughter Gracie, 19, formed a band IN their basement . . . and somehow kept it from them. Faith tells “New Beauty” magazine, quote, “It was right under our noses. Right under our roof. We had no idea.”
Maybe she did it while mom and dad were sound asleep, because Faith admits their social life is dull. Quote, “We’re not the most exciting people in the world. We don’t stay out late and we don’t really go to parties. We’re usually in bed by 9:00 P.M.”
Even though America, and all of the world actually, is super excited and anxiously awaiting their new album, these two are settling into “old people time.” Quote, “A big date for us is an afternoon movie. I’ll wear a sundress, some mascara and a red lip, which is kind of new for me.” Which… good for them!
Also, going to bed early has to help with the way they are aging… it has to happen slower right? Or at least look like they are younger than they are… its called beauty sleep for a reason. But in a new interview with New Beauty, the flawless Faith Hill admits she doesn’t “pay attention to aging.” “If I did, my girls [Gracie, 19, Maggie, 18, and Audrey, 15] would notice and I don’t want that,” Hill explains. “That’s not a message I want them to have.” The country super star goes on to say that she has learned to embrace all two of the wrinkles she has on her face. “I’m OK with having lines,” Hill continues. “I’m almost 50, I want people to know I’ve smiled a lot!”