Tim McGraw and Faith Hill aren’t getting divorced, and they don’t know where those recently reinvigorated rumors came from in the first place.
The divorce stories “seem to be running like crazy right now for some reason. It’s perplexing,” Hill told People on Friday after one of their Soul2Soul shows in Vegas.
Married 17 years, the country-music couple, both 46, have three kids together and a continuing residency at the Venetian in Las Vegas, where the best seats sell for more than $1,000 each. They say rumors of a split have dogged them since they first were married.
“The only time we ever think about it is [when we] worry about the kids,” McGraw told the mag. “But they’ve been around it, too, so they laugh it off.”
And when it comes to kids, the singer and his “Southern Girl” are drawing the line at three daughters, with the eldest currently 16, thankyouverymuch.
“No more kids. ...I can’t even imagine,” Hill told “Entertainment Tonight” after host Nancy O’Dell suggested it might be time for more. “When we first got married ... we talked about five, and then we made it three.”
Going back to the divorce rumors, she added, “I don’t know why happiness doesn’t sell. I don’t know why tragedy sells and untruth sells, but again, you just have to stop buying the stuff.”