Family dress up! Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and their three daughters went all out for a theme night inspired by the period comedy drama The Great.
“Our theme dinner from Friday night was @thegreathulu. If you haven’t watched it yet … you absolutely MUST as it is one of the most well done shows I have seen in years,” the duo’s 25-year-old daughter, Gracie, wrote via Instagram on Monday, December 19, alongside several photos and videos from the occasion.
Hill, 55, donned a powdered wig in one snap with her husband, 55, and their girls — Gracie, Maggie, 24, and Audrey, 21 — and family friend Sarah Crowe.
After the themed dinner — which boasted a menu including baked potatoes, shish kebabs and soup — the McGraw sisters enjoyed some shenanigans over dessert.
“Maggie made Bird’s Milk cake and as you can see, we (I) had lots of fun with it,” Gracie wrote in the caption, referencing the clips in which she and Maggie smashed cake in each other’s faces. “And then I was being bitchy because @audreymcgraw didn’t want cake on her dress. Being an older sister is fun sometimes. Also, Maggie is incredibly strong and it is slightly scary.”
The Great evening marked the second time this month that the family has bonded over a piece of pop culture.
“The Godfather dinner theme night last night,” McGraw captioned a Wednesday, December 14, Instagram slideshow of the clan dressed like mobsters. “Love my family and all the craziness that comes with it!”
The “Like Like You Were Dying” musician — who wed Hill in 1996 — previously opened up about his daughters’ unique personalities.
“They’re all completely different creatures,” he told Good Morning America in June. “But they all have big hearts, and they are all 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.”
When asked whether his children take more after him or their mother, he replied: “It’s funny because Faith and I have talked about that a little bit, and I think we see each other in all three of ‘em. … We’ve always also given them the opportunity to sort of explore themselves and find out who they are and try things.”
The “Breathe” songstress, for her part, is sad that her girls are all grown up and living on their own.
“We are empty nesters now. It’s heartbreaking, it’s so difficult,” Hill said during a February appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
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