One of country music's most enduring couples is doing just fine, thanks. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw are squashing recent tabloid rumors that they're headed for divorce after 17 years of marriage. "We don't even know where this stuff came from," Hill, 46, told Entertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell. "[The children] know the truth . . . the people that you're around they know the truth."
Currently co-headline a Las Vegas residency show, Soul2Soul, at the Venetian, he "This Kiss" singer and McGraw, 46, share daughters Gracie, 16, Maggie, 15 and Audrey, 12 -- and they don't plan on expanding their brood, Hill added. "No more kids," she said. "Actually before we got married, that's how we knew . . . we talked about five [children] and then we made it to three."
"I don't know why happiness doesn't sell," Hill complained of the split rumors. "I don't know why tragedy sells and untruth sells!"
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Faith Hill, Tim McGraw Slam Divorce Rumors, Done With Having Kids