Tim McGraw Pays Tribute to His Daughter Audrey: ‘The Sweetest, Kindest Soul’

Tim McGraw posted a sweet tribute to his youngest daughter, Audrey, in honor of her 22nd birthday. The father of three, who shares his children with his wife, Faith Hill,  posted a photo of Audrey, whose birthday is December 6, offering touching words to the aspiring actress.

“Happy 22nd birthday to our baby girl Audrey!” McGraw writes. “The sweetest, kindest soul. Beautiful for sure, however, her inside beauty is so huge and so genuine . She looks stunning the world with love and empathy. And that’s where true beauty lies  We love you baby girl!!!”

Happy 22nd birthday to our baby girl Audrey!
The sweetest, kindest soul
Beautiful for sure, however, her inside beauty…

Posted by Tim McGraw on Wednesday, December 6, 2023


Audrey starred in the video for McGraw’s hit single, “7500 OBO,” marking her official acting debut.

“When the treatment came in, they really wanted my youngest daughter, Audrey, who’s 19,” McGraw said at the time, “because they had seen photos of Audrey, who does some modeling and stuff. First of all I asked the boss, my wife, and then I asked Audrey, after Faith approved. That was one of the coolest things I’d done, is work with her in the video, and just watch her perform. and watch her act. My girls are the light of my life. They’re the sweetest things in the world, and I’m just so proud of her.”

Audrey, also a talented singer, was thrilled to join her famous father for the “7500 OBO” video, which became his 45th No. 1 single.

“I was really interested in it. To be part of one of Dad’s music videos sounded like it would be really fun,” Audrey said in a video posted on YouTube.

“I just liked that it had a clear story, and it had a clear story, and it had clear emotion,” she continued. “There’s so much affection to the car, but it shows that it’s not just about a car. It’s about memories; where you’ve been, where you are, where you’re going. I liked how it portrayed all of it. You can let go of the memories and still move forward.”

McGraw recently admitted it was an adjustment when Audrey and her older sisters, Gracie and Maggie, all moved away, albeit ultimately a happy one.

“It was tough at first, like the first six months,” the ACM Icon Award recipient said (via People). “I think it’s always harder on mom when the girls go away. It was pretty tough because it was empty and the energy of the house was sort of gone. And then after about six months, we sort of thought — when we got married, we had a kid right away, we had Gracie right away. And now we kind of like having our time to ourselves and it’s kind of honeymoon time again. So, we’ve quite enjoyed it!”

McGraw just released a surprise EP, Poet’s Resumé. He will embark on his Standing Room Only Tour in 2024, with Carly Pearce serving as his opening act. Find music and tour dates at TimMcGraw.com.

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