Faith Hill Delights With 'Rare Glimpse Into the Life' of Tim McGraw

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw

Faith Hill is Tim McGraw's number one fan.

The 56-year-old country star shared a special message for her husband of 28 years on his birthday. Accompanying her sweet statement was a never-before-seen clip of B-roll footage of McGraw, which was apparently collected behind-the-scenes while filming fan-favorite TV series 1883 and Yellowstone.

"Thank GOD and Betty you were born 57 years ago this very day. Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!" she began in the caption of her Wednesday, May 1, upload.

"To Tim’s fans," she continued, "A rare glimpse into the life of a grown man living his inner young boy. I thought you would love this. I laughed so hard when I saw it. Tim’s team put this together and allowed me to use it….the perks of being Mrs. McGraw!!!!!!"

The "This Kiss" songstress didn't stop there, as she went on to thank fans for their unwavering support.

"It’s been fun seeing you all out on the road. Me as a fan, same as you, watching this man and his master class when it comes to electricfying the stage and knowing that only comes from the audience," she wrote. "It is a sight to behold, truly."

"Thank you all," she added. "To my one and only…Love you, Wife."

Fans immediately went wild over the post, taking to the comments to wish the "Standing Room Only" singer a happy birthday and praise him with compliments.

"Love this!!!!" one Instagram user cheered.

"We want another season of Yellowstone 188_," a second demanded. "You were both fabulous."

"how the heck is he so fit???" someone else asked. 

"This is so funny!" another fan exclaimed.

While a different user claimed the duo was their "Favorite couple of all time 💘🫶🏼."

The country crooning couple married in 1996 and have spent nearly three decades worth of birthdays celebrating with each other. Along with their successful entertainment careers, the two are also parents to three daughters: Gracie, Audrey and Maggie McGraw.

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