Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughters are celebrating the holidays with a sunny beach escape — and they just shared the bikini pics to prove it.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s daughters win the award for best Christmas break. First, they got into the spirit with a Game of Thrones costume-themed pre-holiday dinner. Then they dressed up as characters from the Harry Potter books. And now they’re enjoying a tropical trip, complete with turquoise blue water that looks almost too good to be true.
On Monday, December 28, Gracie, 23, Maggie, 22, and Audrey, 19, all took to their Instagram pages to share snaps from their enviable vacation.
Gracie shared a series of photos to her grid. In the first pic, she’s wearing a long beach wrap and smiling for the camera, the stunning white sand beach and blue ocean water behind her making for the perfect backdrop. She also shared a pic of her and a friend sea kayaking — along with her lucky dog Baz, who made the trip to paradise along with the family. In another picture she poses next to a palm tree in her bathing suit, while sipping on a drink and proudly showing off her booty.
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For her Instagram post Maggie chose a photo that showed off the beautiful scenery — and her leopard bikini top. Looking like the definition of a beach mood, she sipped a margarita while holding a book under her arm.
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Audrey opted for an artistic pic. The youngest sister, who is 5 foot 8, appeared to be shot from below, making her look extra tall. Her navy blue bikini blended perfectly with the crystal blue water and bright blue sky. She gave her sister Gracie credit for the stunning photo.
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Although none of the sisters tagged their location, fans in their comments guessed that they’re in the Bahamas, which seems likely since their superstar parents actually own a 20-acre private island there. The country singers, who have been ruling the charts for decades, first bought the island they call “L’île d’Anges” back in 2003. But, it took until 2012 for it to be move in ready. Clearly, it was worth the wait.
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