You may imagine that all of the cast members and their families would like the Paramount Network program Yellowstone ever since its enormous success. Interestingly enough, it appears that Kevin Costner would rather his wife and children not watch the Duttons.
Fans may already be aware that Costner, 67, is wed to Christine Baumgartner, 48, a former model turned handbag designer. Cayden, 15, Hayes, 13, and Grace, 12, are the couple’s three children; they have been married for about 18 years. In addition, Costner has four elder children from prior relationships: Joseph, 34, Liam, 26, and Annie, 38.
The Field of Dreams actor was questioned by other sources if his wife and children have any stock in Yellowstone. “It’s too naughty for them to see and they probably do figure out how to see it. But it’s got some nasty little bits that are good fun for everybody else.” He explained.
Despite his hesitation, Costner is eager for his family to learn about other ventures. “Listen, a lot of my movies have some of those themes, so they’re going to find them in the course of their life. I hope they find Fandango. I hope they figure out what I’ve been doing with my life. I’m their dad for sure.”
Whether or not his children watch, it seems like The Bodyguard actor has always had their support. In vintage footage, Annie once said, “Well, he doesn’t make bad movies.”
Additionally, he performed “Heaven’s Gate” from the album Tales from Yellowstone, which is made up of songs inspired by the performance, with the assistance of his band Modern West and daughter Lily. Later, it was discussed in the program. “Special treat for me when my daughter sings,” Costner said in an Instagram video.