Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughters have recently dived deep into the polaroid picture game. In her latest Instagram post, Audrey McGraw shared yet another set of old-school photographs. The six snapshots of the aspiring model feature her in different outfits for the Tory Burch 2021 Spring Line. Her friend took the photos for the shoot.
“Even more! AH! Polaroids,” Audrey McGraw says in her post. “From Tory Burch by Morgan Maher.”
Audrey has not been the only McGraw to dabble in polaroids, nor is this the first time she has done so. In fact, in one of her recent polaroid photos, Audrey McGraw looked like a spitting image of her mother. That is not the only time she has done that either, as almost any time she gets in front of a camera she could be mistaken for her mother.
Audrey McGraw’s sister, Maggie, has also dropped quite a few polaroid pictures on her Instagram for fans to see. In a recent post on Instagram, Maggie shared a set of photos that looked to be taken from a polaroid camera. In the shots, she and her friends posed as Yellowstone characters, drank wine, and played chess.
Audrey McGraw and Her Sisters Are All Grown Up
In the last couple of years, we have seen Tim McGraw and Faith Hill enter the twilight years of parenthood. Now that all three of their girls have set off to college and beyond, the empty nesters can only sit back and reflect on the long journey after raising Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey McGraw.
Gracie McGraw moved out to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of becoming a fashion icon and musical actress. Maggie has graduated from Stanford University in California and has now entered grad school. Audrey has copped her first modeling gig but also has her focus on school. She attends the American Academy for the Dramatic Arts which has campuses in New York and Los Angeles.
Tim McGraw talked about seeing Audrey and her sisters grow up in a recent interview. “It’s a beautiful thing, but it’s a sad thing at the same time,” Tim McGraw continued to explain. “You find yourself reflecting and looking back at pictures and thinking, ‘Oh my gosh, I remember that time, I remember when they looked like that.’ It’s so sweet; there’s some melancholy that goes along with it as they age.”