Okay, Blue Bloods fans. If you haven’t yet wished Tom Selleck’s daughter, Hannah, a happy birthday, you should. It’s better late than never, right?
Okay, you might not have known Tom Selleck has a daughter. And if that’s the case, we can provide you with a complimentary pass. But the truth is that Selleck does have a daughter, who has just turned 33 years old. Oh, and did we mention she is absolutely stunning?
While most people are familiar with Tom Selleck, not as much is known about his children. He has two children: Hannah and Kevin, an adopted son. In the case of the former, it turns out she’s made quite a name for herself on social media. Of course, having a movie star for a father helps, but Hannah has been quite successful in her own right. She is a sought-after model as well as a skilled equestrian.
Hannah took to social media on Sunday to thank her nearly 23,000 followers for all of their birthday wishes.
“Thank you for all the amazing birthday love,” she captioned a video of herself celebrating with friends.
Here’s a link to it:
Making Her Own Way as the Daughter of ‘Blue Bloods’ Star Tom Selleck
There is no denying that Tom Selleck is one of the most well-known actors in the film and television industries. He’s been a fixture in the industry for decades, rising to national prominence in the 1980s thanks to his role on Magnum, P.I. In the show, he played private investigator Thomas Magnum.
Nowadays, you’re more likely to recognize Tom Selleck as the man who plays Frank Reagan on the CBS police drama Blue Bloods. Reagan is the Commissioner of the New York City Police Department. Selleck co-stars with big names like Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, and Will Estes in the role.
With that said, you can probably imagine that Hannah Selleck could have gotten into the film and television industries if she wanted to. We know she has the ancestry, beauty, and natural talent to do so. Hannah, on the other hand, decided early on that she wanted to pursue her own interests. And what is that main passion, you may wonder? Horses.
“Because my parents are both artists, they believe that in order to be successful, you must be very passionate about what you do.” Hannah once told Equestrian Living, “They encouraged me to be passionate about it and immersed in it.” “From there, it was kind of up to me how badly I wanted it.” They always let me take the initiative. It was entirely up to me whether I wanted to change barns or trainers.”