Dec 09, 16   Ali   0 Comment Family, Interviews

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have three daughters, but two of them have moved out of the house to attend college, so Christmas will be extra special when they all return home for the holidays. Faith says, “They’ve already made their request about, ‘Are we going to have this, are we gonna have that set up where it was last year? Are you going to put out the village this year?’”

Fortunately, no matter how grown they are, Tim and Faith’s daughters still long for Christmastime at mom and dad’s. Tim says, “They’re hinting that just because we’re gone doesn’t mean you’re not going to do the house like you always do when they were kids. So they still want the house to look like it did when they lived there and they were kids. So they want to be able to come home and still feel like it always has to them.”

Tim and Faith’s youngest daughter, Audrey, is still living at home, and Tim jokes that she only has one request for Christmas. She wants to know, ‘Do the sisters have to come home for Christmas?’

Tim just celebrated his 42nd #1 song with Florida Georgia Line’s “May We All” reaching the top of the charts, and it looks like he could soon have his 43rd #1 with his latest single, “How I’ll Always Be,” before the end of the year.

Faith Hill – “They’ve already made their request about, ‘Are we going to have this, are we gonna have that set up where it was last year? Are you going to put out the village this year?’ They’re hinting…

Tim McGraw – “They’re hinting that just because we’re gone doesn’t mean you’re not going to do the house like you always do when they were kids. So they still want the house to look like it did when they lived there and they were kids. So they want to be able to come home and still feel like it always has to them.”

Faith – “So that’s important. We’ll make extra sure that that happens for sure. And for Audrey too. Lordy, she has made many requests about how the house should look.”

Tim – “Well her main request is, ‘Do the sisters have to come home for Christmas?’”

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