When it comes to country music, power couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill sit atop the music industry food chain.
As two of the most decorated country artists of all time, they get their fair share of public attention. The married couple are not the only artists in the family, however. They have three talented daughters that are pursuing their own style of artistry.
Audrey Caroline McGraw, the youngest of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s three daughters at 19-years-old, is a talented photographer. She recently took to social media to share some of her recent photographs with the world. She posted the lovely photos today (Tuesday) and got positive responses for her efforts.
The youngest McGraw includes three photos in the post of completely different subjects. The first is a black and white photo of someone taking a picture of a city by the water. The second is actually a short video clip of a person wearing a COVID-19 protective mask. The third photo is of an outstretched dog looking directly into the camera.
The social media post containing the artsy images took in hundreds of likes and a dozen comments. Many commenters applauded Audrey’s effort to gather quality images to share with her social media followers.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Are Proud of Family
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are extremely proud of all three of their daughters. Audrey rarely seeks out the spotlight and loves her family fiercely. In a social media post, Tim McGraw says his youngest daughter is a dedicated friend and knows her true north.
“She is a young woman who knows her true north,” he writes in an Instagram post. “She loves her family fiercely. An honest and dedicated friend. Her mother and I couldn’t be more proud of her and her sisters.”
Yesterday (Monday), Tim McGraw celebrated the anniversary of his second album release Not a Moment Too Soon. The studio album was put out to the public on March 22, 1994. The album was one of the singer’s most successful records to date. The album featured “Don’t Take The Girl,” which would become Mcgraw’s first-ever single to hit number one on country music airplay charts. It would go on to sell more than 6 million copies worldwide.