Tim McGraw Says He and Faith Hill ''Love Our Life Together,'' Jokes About Being in a House Full of Women

''I’m always outnumbered. I’ve learned to shut up and not say much. I’m outnumbered but I’m pretty well taken care of''

By Bruna Nessif, Alyssa Toomey Oct 23, 2015 12:00 PMTags
Watch: Does Tim McGraw Feel Outnumbered at Home?

Tim McGraw is in a house full of women, sorry, beautiful women, so what's it like to be outnumbered at home?

The hunky singer gave E! News a little taste of what it's like to be under one roof with wife Faith Hill and their three daughters Gracie, Maggie and Audrey. "I've learned to shut up and not say much," he jokingly told us. "I'm outnumbered, but I'm pretty well taken care of."

And when it comes to taking care of his daughters, the famous dad tells us that he supports whatever career they choose, including music.

Watch: Tim McGraw Happy With Life He and Faith Hill Built

"[Gracie's] a singer and a guitar player and writes songs and has a band, they played all this summer around town," he tells us.



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"She's in school now. She's studying music. I want them to follow their passion—all of them. And all of them can sing and all have different interests but just to follow their passion. I'd like for her to get her college degree first, but whatever inspires them, whatever motivates them, whatever they wanna go for. That's what I'm all about."

As for the married life, it's no secret that Tim and Faith have represented #relationshipgoals for real, and after celebrating 19 years together, they're still going just as strong as ever.

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"We just think about how much we love our family, how much we love our life together, growing old together, once your kids grow up. We feel pretty happy in the life that we've built together and the community we live in and the way we live our lives."

Watch the clips to hear more about McGraw's family life!

Watch: Tim McGraw Partners With American Diabetes Association

The country crooner, whose forthcoming album Damn Country Music is due for release on Nov. 6, stopped by E! News to speak about his partnership with Merck and the American Diabetes Association as part of the "America's Diabetes Challenge" campaign. 

"I certainly have family members that I have been touched by diabetes," he said when asked what inspired his partnership. "My aunt died of complications of diabetes, another aunt lived with diabetes, close friends who live with diabetes so…it's something that you can raise awareness about and really do some good." 

Press play to hear more about the "American Diabetes Challenge" campaign.