Tim McGraw revealed that he’d like to have grandkids.
When asked what items are left on his “bucket list” by Audacy’s Rob Stone and Holly Hutton during a recent episode (Jul. 19) of Friday Night Takeover, McGraw said he wants grandkids “down the road.”
“I just want a good, healthy life for my daughters,” McGraw told Stone and Hutton. “And for them to pursue their dreams and have success and to be happy. That’s on my bucket list. And you know, grandkids down the road for sure, but way down the road,” he added.
McGraw and his wife, fellow country singer Faith Hill share three daughters: Gracie, 25, Maggie, 23, and Audrey, 20.
Gracie is interested in acting and singing like both of her parents, Maggie works in Democratic Tennessee Rep. Jim Cooper’s office, and Audrey is also interested in acting and singing, making her on-camera debut in her dad’s music video for his song, “7500 OBO.”
Back in 2021, McGraw reflected on fatherhood in an interview with Leo Edit, sharing how fast his girls have grown up.
“It’s crazy. It goes by so fast,” McGraw said during the interview. “You think you’re giving them good life lessons. You know, as a parent, look, you’re going to get half of everything wrong,” he laughed. That’s just the nature of it. There is no handbook with it.”
“What starts happening is you start marking your time by their years. And the next thing you know, they grow so fast and it’s like every two years there’s a different child that you have as they age. You find yourself reflecting and looking back at pictures and thinking, ‘Oh my gosh, I remember that time, I remember when they looked like that,'” he explained to the outlet.
McGraw’s daughters have grown up in the spotlight, accompanying he and wife Hill to various public events and making appearances on their social media pages. McGraw’s oldest daughter Gracie even once joined her dad on stage back in 2015 to sing a special duet of his song, “Here Tonight” at the Bridgestone Arena.
And while he may have to wait a bit longer for his daughters to give him grandkids, he can take pride in knowing he’s raised three wonderful young women.
“They’re all completely different creatures,” McGraw shared in a June conversation with Taste of Country, “But they all have big hearts, and they all are very polite and they really respect people, and they all feel like they wanna make a difference in the world. Hopefully we’ve instilled that into them.”