Tim McGraw sparked a reaction from his fans after he shared a sweet insight into his family life with his wife Faith Hill and their daughters.
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The country superstar posted a clip on Instagram in which he was asked about his favourite Halloween costume, only to reveal that he is not a fan of the holiday, unlike his children. "Halloween's never been my favourite holiday for some reason. I don't know if it freaks me out or what but it's one of my daughter's favourites," he admitted.
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Discussing his go-to costume as a child, Tim revealed that since he has had a family of his own, he and Faith will often get their kids involved in coordinating their fancy dress.
"I think nine times out of ten when I was a kid it was Dracula – that was the go-to sort of costume for me, but we did a few things when the kids were growing up," he revealed. "One year we were George and Martha Washington, Faith and I, and the kids were all Colonial dressed little girls."
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Tim revealed his daughters are big fans of Halloween
Tim's followers loved his trip down memory lane, with many commenting with heart emojis and recalling their own family-themed Halloween costumes.
Faith, 54, and Tim, also 54, have been happily married since 1996 and together they share three daughters, Gracie, 24, Maggie, 22, and 19-year-old Audrey. Their youngest had a difficult start to life; she was born prematurely on December 6 and had to stay in the ICU for some time after her birth.
Faith and Tim are proud parents to three daughters
At the time, Tim confirmed: "This little angel came to us 7 1/2 weeks early. Faith and I did a lot of praying and stayed all day every day for 2 1/2 weeks in the NICU at Baptist Hospital with such incredible nurses."
Thankfully, Audrey was discharged from hospital on Christmas Eve - and since then, the family celebrates by decorating their Christmas tree on December 6 every year. Faith previously revealed: "It's a little bit of a challenge, keeping a live tree fresh for the entire month of December. But there's no other way we'd do it. We decorate on the sixth, and it has to be a live tree."
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