And their kids have some serious demands

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw perform on stage at the Rod Laver Arena on March 20 2012, in Melbourne, Australia.
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It won't be long before Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have the whole house all to themselves. The pair of country music superstars just dropped off their middle child Maggie at Stanford, and their youngest daughter Audrey just turned 15.

But some things in the McGraw-Hill household will never change, and that includes Christmas.

During a recent radio interview, the country megastars said that it'll be a full house come December 25—and it's actually their older kids, Gracie and Maggie, who are calling all the shots.

"They're hinting that, ‘Just because we're gone, that doesn't mean you're not going to do the house like you always do when we were kids,'" McGraw said. "So they still want the house to look like it did when they lived there and they were kids. They want to be able to come home and still feel like it always has to them."

In fact, Hill said they've already laid out specific requests, including food, decorations, and their usual Christmas village setup. Their little sister Audrey, however, seems to be enjoying the quieter vibe at home, asking her parents jokingly, "Do the sisters have to come home for Christmas?"

Oh, and something else that won't ever change? Hill and McGraw's dedication to service, especially at holidays. A few days ago, McGraw's mom went to a local Walmart and paid off $5,000 worth of jewelry layaway and gave out cash to customers on the couple's behalf.

How can you not love this family?