A few weeks ago, Audrey Caroline McGraw – the youngest daughter of country star couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw – posted a selfie that showed she’s the spitting image of her famous mother.
The youngest McGraw turns 19 in December, and as she gets older, her resemblance to Hill becomes even more prominent. As the famous couple’s daughters grow older, their parents have started to share some insight into their family. In fact, Tim has spoken about his daughters a lot this year in various interviews.
In August, McGraw spoke with ET Canada, and opened up about his children. The country singer said he’s glad his daughters grew up to be “strong, independent” women who “don’t take any s–t from anybody.”
“They’re good friends to their friends, and they’re good daughters to their parents,” McGraw said of his girls. “I just thank God every day that they have their mom as a role model.”
McGraw and Hill’s older daughters, Gracie and Maggie, have been compared to their mother before. Now, it’s the youngest’s turn to take on the famous comparison. One particular photo Audrey posted on her Instagram account captures the stunning resemblance. The glamorous black and white photo highlights Audrey’s features, which take after her famous mother.
McGraw Shows Off Humorous Side With Another Selfie
Additionally, the youngest McGraw shared another recent selfie while lying in bed. Audrey captioned her Instagram post by writing, “Lady in waiting.” However, the serious tone immediately turned humorous when she added what she was waiting for in bed: pizza.
The McGraw family has been in the spotlight for decades now. It is something the famous couple’s daughters are still getting used to. McGraw and Hill have been married for almost 25 years, tying the knot in October of 1996. The singers quickly became one of country music’s most well-known couples.
But, even after all these years, some things haven’t changed. For example, dad still stays away from the kitchen around Thanksgiving. Primarily so the food that is served is actually edible.
“For Thanksgiving, I don’t cook. Faith does all the cooking for Thanksgiving. We have to have turkey, we have to have our stuffing and we have to have cornbread and peas,” McGraw said. He says he’s been cooking more during the COVID-19 pandemic. But, he won’t be ruining the holiday with his cooking anytime soon.
In addition, the pandemic has been hard on Audrey, according to her father. Their youngest daughter still lives with them and was stuck with her parents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. McGraw admits that the teenager has gone a bit stir crazy in recent history.
“Everything shut down in March, and she’s been stuck with us since March. We’ve done maybe three, four trips cross country,” her dad said. “She’s spent three trips with us, about 16-hour a day drives, listening to my music and listening to dad jokes. She’s really over us.”