Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s eldest daughter Gracie McGraw recently revealed a new tattoo that honors her mom and dad. The overall tattoo, located on her forearm, is of a cowboy boot, which of course represents her country music star parents. But upon closer inspection, the tattoo also features other symbols that represent locations that are important to her parents and family. These symbols are an iris, which symbolizes Tennessee, as well as a magnolia, which represents Hill’s home state of Mississippi and McGraw’s roots in Louisiana.
“T & F for T & F. Iris for Tennessee. Magnolia for Louisiana and Mississippi. Boot cuz YEEHAW,” Gracie wrote alongside a photo of the tattoo.
According to her Instagram, Gracie McGraw is now pursuing acting, but she also takes after her famous parents in the singing department. She can often be seen covering songs on her Instagram page, and she has even sung alongside her dad on a few public occasions. She joined her dad onstage at a show in Nashville in 2015 where the two sang “Here Tonight.” Tim McGraw also captured the two of them singing “What Kind of Fool” by Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb in the car in 2019.
In addition to sharing her singing, Gracie also shares snaps of her life as well as fun moments with her parents and sisters, Maggie and Audrey. In December, she posted photos from a Harry Potter-themed night she had with her family, which featured the whole family, including Tim and Faith, dressed in full costume.