The Hill-McGraw family had their cameras ready for an afternoon of sightseeing in London yesterday. The group, including Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and their daughters, Maggie, Gracie, and Audrey, toured Windsor Castle before heading to a pub for lunch. The group has been in the UK since last week and took to the streets immediately after touching down at Heathrow on Thursday. Tim missed out on a girls' shopping trip the next day, since he was busy promoting his weekend performance at the Country to Country festival. It was his first time performing in London, and he got rave reviews for his set. The family was back together on Sunday, though, when they met up with Chris Martin, Apple, and Moses for a park playdate.
Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, and Chris Martin took their kids to a playground in London on Sunday. Chris's kids, Apple and Moses, explored the park with Gracie, Audrey, and Maggie before the large group moved on to another part of town. Faith and Tim are in Chris's stomping grounds for the Country to Country event at London's O2 arena, which took place this weekend. Last week, the country singer and her girls went shopping in London while Tim prepared for the festival.
This marks Chris's first public appearance since Gwyneth Paltrow opened up about suffering a miscarriage with her third child. While she didn't go into details about when the tragedy happened, she did reveal that it was extremely painful. She said, "It didn't work out and I nearly died." The actress went on to say that her children both want a younger sibling and that while she "could squeeze one more in," the horror of the miscarriage makes her wary of trying again. Gwyneth also noted that she thinks of Chris as being a great dad. She added, "Regardless of what happens in our marriage, I chose the best father."
Faith Hill and her daughters went shopping in London on Friday. Faith, Maggie, Audrey, and Gracie all stopped by TopShop, Next, and Urban Outfitters and left with bags in hand. The girls were without Tim McGraw for their latest UK outing, though he did join them for a walk around the city after landing at Heathrow Thursday. Yesterday, Tim was busy doing press for the Country to Country festival, which takes place this weekend at London's O2 arena. He's one of the many country performers, including Carrie Underwood, Little Big Town, and LeAnn Rimes, who will take the stage tomorrow and Sunday for the first annual event. Tim will be singing tracks from his latest album, Two Lanes of Freedom, and tweeted that it'll be his "first time to play the new album this far from home!"
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill touched down in London today with their three daughters, Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey. The group later reemerged for a walk around the city after changing into warmer outfits. They're overseas just a few days ahead of the Country to Country concert at the O2 arena this weekend. It's the first ever C2C festival and will include performances by Tim, LeAnn Rimes, Carrie Underwood, and more. Faith isn't one of the confirmed artists, but she's no stranger to sharing the stage with Tim. The couple, who have toured together in the past, currently hold residency at the Venetian in Las Vegas, where they perform their Soul2Soul shows. They're on a break from the Sin City schedule and will return for additional dates next month before wrapping up the limited engagement on April 27. Tim will be back on the road shortly after, though, for his Two Lanes of Freedom tour that runs through July.
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