Gracie McGraw

Born on 5th May 1997, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, Gracie McGraw is not only the daughter of country singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, but a talented musician and influencer in her own right.

The bubbly blonde is the oldest of McGraw’s three daughters, and the one who’s most interested in music – even teaching herself to play the guitar at a young age. Gracie has performed with her famous father, and even sang with him on his country music track, “Here Tonight”. During her college days at New York University, she started the now-defunct rock band Tingo, and was its lead singer and guitarist.

Personal Life

Recently, Gracie gave an interview to US Weekly in which she discussed using Ozempic after her polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) diagnosis. The controversial weight loss drug has taken Hollywood by storm lately, despite it being primarily prescribed to those suffering from type 2 diabetes.

“I did use Ozempic last year, yes,” she confirmed. “I am now on a low dose of Mounjaro for my PCOS as well as working out.” The social media personality has always been forthcoming when it comes to discussing her health, first sharing her PCOS diagnosis with her followers in March 2022. According to Gracie, during an appointment with her endocrinologist, she realized that PCOS may have been the reason behind her fluctuating weight over the years. Nevertheless, Tim and Faith’s daughter seems to be handling the issue well with a healthy lifestyle and medication.

Back in July 2021, Gracie also opened up about her mental health troubles, telling the world: “I’ve been in a really bad depressive episode for about three or so weeks now… I was binge eating so much… Then I would look at myself in the mirror and feel so alone and so ugly.” She also reminded fans to ask for help whenever necessary, and to love themselves.

These days, Gracie’s hobbies include fashion, interior design, and spending time with friends and loved ones. However, her real passion in life is acting, and in March 2023 she moved to L.A to pursue her ambitions. Tim helped Gracie make the journey, driving her cross-country and taking the seats out of his Cadillac Escalade to fill the car up with her belongings. Although the experience helped them become closer, Tim was “crying the whole time” when he dropped her off and drove back to Tennessee by himself.

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Gracie is currently represented by CHI Talent Management and Creative Artists Agency. Despite being the daughter of two famous musicians, the Tennessee native prefers not to rely on her parents’ connections to get through life. So far, Gracie has featured in 18 episodes of Tyler Perry’s “If Loving You Is Wrong,” as Tanya, a young woman with a mental illness who is married to another character in the show named Bennett.

As for Gracie’s private life, the blonde prefers to keep her love interests off her social media, but confirmed her single status in April 2023. Nevertheless, her father Tim once shared an amusing anecdote about the time he was preparing meat for a barbecue the family were holding in order to meet Gracie’s then-boyfriend. When Tim opened the door to let Gracie’s boyfriend in, he was wearing a bloody apron and holding a butcher’s knife – but according to the country star, the first meeting went well despite his blunder.

Family

Gracie’s father, Tim McGraw, is considered a legend in the country music genre, with 16 studio albums to his name, over a dozen awards, and over 80 million albums sold worldwide. His breakthrough album, “Not a Moment Too Soon”, became the top album in its genre that year and helped him reach mainstream success almost immediately, whereas his Soul2Soul II Tour is one of the top-five highest-grossing tours across all genres.

Tim has also tried his hand at acting, with roles in “Flicka”, “The Blind Side”, and “Four Christmases” to name a few. Previously, he was a minority owner of the Arena Football League’s Nashville Kats; his father, Tug McGraw, was a famous Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher who coined the phrase “Ya Gotta Believe”.

In 1996, Tim married the beautiful singer Faith Hill, who is revered as one of the most successful country artists of all time with over 40 million albums sold worldwide. Her first two albums, “Take Me as I Am” and “It Matters to Me”, were major hits, but it wasn’t until the late 1990s when she managed to cross over with the release of both “Faith” and “Breathe”.

Just like her husband, Faith has won Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, and other accolades throughout the course of her career. In 2001, Ladies Home Journal named her one of the “30 Most Powerful Women in America”, whereas Billboard dubbed her the “Adult Contemporary Artist of the Decade” in 2009. The Mississippi native received a Hollywood Walk of Fame star in 2019, attending the ceremony with Tim and their three daughters.

Gracie’s sisters, Maggie Elizabeth and Audrey Caroline, were born in August 1998 and December 2001 respectively. With just over 3,000 Instagram followers, Maggie is certainly more low-key than her big sister and has yet to give any interviews or express an interest in working in the entertainment industry. Judging by her Instagram profile, we can surmise that Maggie’s interests include music, campaigning for climate change, and animals.

Meanwhile, Audrey has a big social media presence and loves travelling, singing, and art. The beautiful brunette regularly posts covers that showcase her vocals, but has not made clear whether she wants to become a musician or not. The youngest McGraw sister, who is also interested in photography and modelling, recently uploaded a photo of a mystery man who many netizens believe to be her boyfriend.

Tim and Faith’s combined net worth comes up to a staggering $200 million thanks to album sales, touring around the globe, and selling merchandise amongst their other business ventures. The couple’s $60 million property portfolio includes a private Bahamas island retreat, a sumptuous Nashville estate, and a $15 million manor in Tennessee.

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