Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Throw 'Harry Potter' Themed Home Party with Their 3 Kids
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill made another family dinner magical with a costume themed party. This time, the country singing family dressed up as their favorite "Harry Potter" characters.
Dinners during lockdown may restrict Tim McGraw and his family to an extent, but it sent their creativity into overdrive with fun themed evenings together in the lead up to Christmas.
On December 23, McGraw shared the amazing evening the family had dressing up in their favorite "Harry Potter" characters, and he even got his fans involved as well.
WHO IS WHO?
Hill and McGraw, along with their daughters, Audrey, Maggie, and Gracie, posed for a picture all dressed up, and the 53-year-old dad asked his fans in the caption to guess who dressed up as whom.
No half measures were taken, as everyone used what it took to step into character, from wigs to full-body makeup, rocking their magical looks for the evening.
WEEKLONG FAMILY FUN
McGraw and his family kicked off the themed evenings on Monday when they wished fans a Merry Christmas alongside photos of their "Game of Thrones" impressions.
Hill dressed up as the Night King, and McGraw as the Free Folk warrior, Tormund Giantsbane. Audrey stepped into Sansa Stark's shoes, Gracie dressed as King Joffrey Baratheon, and Maggie as Jamie Lannister.
On Tuesday, McGraw showed that he'd had time to tend to the Christmas Eve sauce as well. Sharing a picture of preparations already done in the kitchen, the country singer wrote:
"Game on! Christmas Eve sauce is cooking!! That Santa above the stove has been making our family smile for a whole lotta years! #MerryChristmas y'all!"
TUNING INTO FESTIVITIES
Elvis Presley made the song famous back in 1957 after Doye O'Dell first recorded it in 1948, and the three-time Grammy Award-winning singer's rendition is nothing short of amazing.
Earlier in December, McGraw also released another holiday track, It Wasn't His Child." Not a new song, McGraw first performed it during the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize Concert held in Norway.
Relatedly, Tim McGraw's decorating of their Christmas tree went down with an equal amount of holiday cheer, as he joked that Hill was trying to get rid of him.
With a high-ceilinged roof, McGraw and Hill got a massive tree to match. It can make decorating tricky for those who prefer not to dangle from long ladders, but that is exactly what McGraw had to do.
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