Tim McGraw Shares Rare Family Photos Featuring Faith Hill and Daughters After ‘Game Of Thrones’-Themed Dinner
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill reunited with their three daughters ahead of the Christmas holiday for a themed dinner like…
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Daughters
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill reunited with their three daughters ahead of the Christmas holiday for a themed dinner like no other.
McGraw took to social media on Monday (Dec. 21) to give fans a look at their family’s Games of Thrones dinner, complete with TV-worthy costumes.
“So we had a Game of Thrones-themed dinner at home with the kiddos,” the “I Called Mama” singer wrote, adding, “Merry Christmas!”
In the photos, McGraw can be seen dressed up as Ned Stark, while Hill, and daughters Gracie, 23, Maggie, 22, and Audrey, 19, are sporting costumes looking like Joffrey Baratheon, Arya Stark and Sansa Stark respectively.
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McGraw, who recently made headlines when he shared a photo of the family’s massive Christmas tree, says the holiday season is taken very seriously in the McGraw home. So much so that it starts with Halloween and continues through Thanksgiving and Christmas.
“The holidays is really big around our house. Everything’s decorated. We start with Halloween season, the first of October our yard’s decorated for Halloween and then we go right into Thanksgiving and then right into Christmas season,” he recently shared with his record label. “And, you know, it’s just a great time. It’s a great time for everybody to be excited and to remember what we love about each other, and what we love about our family and the things that we’re fortunate with, and that we get to live the life that we live and see the things that we see and do the things that we do, and are able to help the people that we can help.”
Tim McGraw recently helped ring in the holiday season with an appearance on CMA Country Christmas. The singer took the stage to perform “It Wasn’t His Child” during the show.
In November, McGraw released a new compilation album, MCGRAW MACHINE HITS: 2013-2019. The project includes songs such as “Humble and Kind,” “Shotgun Rider” and “One of Those Nights.” It also features collabs like “Highway Don’t Care” with Keith Urban and Taylor Swift and “May We All” with Florida Georgia Line.
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