Another day, another celebrity kid's birthday! This time around it was Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's middle daughter, Maggie, who turned 20 years old on Aug. 12. Her proud parents each took to Instagram to celebrate their not-so-little girl.
Happy 20th “Mags-a-Million” Your sisters, your mom and I are all so proud of the young woman you have become; the issues that you stand for and the respect that you have for yourself and the people around you. As your father, you and your sisters make me proud everyday Love you Maggie! Hope you have a terrific day
"Happy 20th 'Mags-a-Million'" Tim, 51, wrote on the social media platform along two photos of Maggie. "Your sisters, your mom, and I are all so proud of the young woman you have become; the issues that you stand for and the respect that you have for yourself and the people around you. As your father, you and your sisters make me proud every day. Love you, Maggie! Hope you have a terrific day." Aww!
Faith, 50, sang her praises as well (literally) by posting a photo of the two singing Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" during a car ride together. "Happy birthday to my carpool karaoke partner. 20 years today!!!!!! You are truly one of a kind. I love you so much. Your dad, sisters, and I are so proud of you in every way imaginable. Happy Birthday my angel," she captioned the cute clip.
Faith and Tim welcomed Maggie in August 1998. The couple — who married in 1996 — are also parents to daughters Gracie, 21, and Audrey, 16.
In a previous interview, Tim joked about how overprotective he is of his daughters — especially when it comes to their dating lives! "[Guys have to] pick them up... come inside... talk to me, and they have to talk to their mom," he shared about when Maggie, Gracie, and Audrey meet boys.
However, the "Live Like You Were Dying" singer also once told Rachael Ray that he's "not too tough" when it comes to their love lives (so, which one is it, Tim?!). He shared, "I want it to be visceral... I'm not that tough. I try to act like I am, but I just want them to be happy." What a cool dad!