Tim McGraw, Faith Hill’s Daughter Soaks Up the Sun in New Ocean Pic

by Jennifer Shea
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Country singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter Audrey posted a cheerful picture to Instagram this week. 

In the black-and-white photo, Audrey is lying on a surfboard in a bikini over crystal clear waters in an undisclosed location. The caption reads, “Where my mind is.”

Stuck in Quarantine with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

The post drew over a thousand likes and a dozen comments on Instagram. It wasn’t apparent when or where the photo was taken. But whenever and wherever it was, it’s obviously a happy memory for Audrey.

Over the past year, Audrey has been quarantining with her parents for most of the pandemic. McGraw mentioned Audrey’s situation on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” this past November.

“Everything shut down in March, and she’s been stuck with us since March. We’ve done maybe three, four trips cross country,” McGraw said, per PopCulture. “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.”

An Early Baby

Audrey was born eight weeks early, according to Country Thang Daily. And she turned 19 this past December.

“Faith and I did a lot of praying and stayed all day every day for 2 1/2 weeks in the NICU at Baptist Hospital with such incredible nurses,” McGraw said on Instagram. 

“We were finally able to bring her home the day before Christmas Eve,” he explained in another post. “So this time of year just feels extra-special to us. And now, every year, to celebrate Audrey’s birthday, we decorate the tree on the sixth. It’s a little bit of a challenge, keeping a live tree fresh for the entire month of December. But there’s no other way we’d do it: We decorate on the sixth, and it has to be a live tree.”

Audrey made her fashion world debut at the Versace Pre-Fall 2019 in New York City alongside her mom. And her Instagram account is more public than her sisters’. But Hill and McGraw are protective of their kids, mostly trying to shield them from the limelight.

“We haven’t talked to our kids about us being famous, even when they were little,” McGraw said. “That’s what we try to make it – not an issue.”  

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