Tim McGraw and his wife Faith Hill have been stars for over two decades, but that doesn't mean he still doesn't get starstruck.
The country singer opened up in the podcast "The Highway" about how he and one of his daughters, Maggie, had a run-in with his 1923 successor, Harrison Ford, who plays his brother in the sequel to Tim's 1883.
Watch the video below for their story, which did not go as planned.
WATCH: Tim McGraw and daughter Maggie's run-in with Harrison Ford
Tim and Faith are parents to three daughters, those being Gracie, 25, Maggie, 24, and Audrey, 21, all of whom are budding stars and artists in their own right.
While Maggie graduated from Stanford and has dabbled in singing, Gracie is a Broadway performer, and Audrey is a talented singer and pianist herself.
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Back in February, Harrison spoke about his most recent roles in Apple TV's Shrinking as well as 1923, telling The Hollywood Reporter: "So [Shrinking] came along, and then, very quickly after that, 1923 came along. I took the job without a script on both of them, on faith that the people who created the projects were going to deliver me a good script.
"I really didn't realize how much work 1923 was going to be, and I absolutely feel it's worth it. I'm excited to do another season of both."
Tim and Faith are parents to three daughters
Harrison also has a pre-existing relationship with parent series Yellowstone star Kevin Costner, although that didn't influence his work on 1923.
"I wanted my own singular relationship with [creator Taylor Sheridan] to rule my behavior and my thoughts," he said when asked whether he'd reached out to Kevin at all.
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"I didn't want to dirty up the road with somebody else's. I have no idea how they get along. I would assume they get along great because Kevin does a great job."
He did praise Taylor for his world building, saying: "They're little things. I'm not going to tell you what they are. But he talks about turning a natural place into a city and the consequences to nature and for people that live there.
Harrison stars in 1923 with Helen Mirren
"He talks about it with real understanding and real complexity. I’m struck by how consistent it is with what I think — or what I might have thought were I a rancher with the same personality in 1923."
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