Tim McGraw Shares Heartfelt Message To ‘My Little Girl,’ Audrey McGraw, On 21st Birthday

Faith Hill also shared a sweet message for the couple’s youngest daughter.

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Madeleine O’Connell

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December 6, 2022

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Tim McGraw and Daughter, Audrey; Photo by Nick Rau

There is a lot of love circulating social media for Tim McGraw’s daughter, Audrey Caroline McGraw, who is celebrating her 21st birthday on Tuesday (Dec. 6).  

When the country star and his wife, Faith Hill, aren’t spending their time on tour or on set, they are focused on being parents to their three daughters, Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey.

McGraw recently took to Instagram to share a few words from the heart as he prepares to watch his youngest daughter embark on a milestone year. The post contains a series of photos showcasing Audrey throughout the years as the three-time GRAMMY winner’s 2006 song, “My Little Girl,” plays in the background. 

His caption read, “Our baby gurl turns 21 today!!!! We r so proud of the remarkable young woman you have become….U make this world a better place to be for everyone who loves you Happy birthday “my little girl” We love you so much!”

Audrey then took to the comment section to say, “Hahahahaha love you dad!!” 

As she reflects on the woman Audrey has become since she was first welcomed into the world, Hill chose to highlight a special memory on her Instagram in honor of her daughter’s birthday. In the video, Audrey is seen dancing and singing her heart out at a Lady Gaga concert.

She wrote, “That’s right, say goodbye to 20 because our baby girl has turned …… 21 YEARS OLD today. Coming into this world almost 8 weeks early with the widest smile on her face and the biggest eyes. I will never forget looking right into those eyes staring back at me saying, ‘what cha’ll worried ‘bout,  I’m ready to go….let’s get on with it!!!’ That spunk and spirit put me right at ease. I knew Audrey Caroline McGraw was going to be just fine.  She came early for a reason and she was ready to prove it!!! Happy Birthday my little songbird. We love you so much. Mom.”

McGraw’s oldest daughter, Gracie Katherine McGraw, also put together a carousel for the birthday girl, who took to the comments to share a laugh at the chosen images and videos. 

“Happy 21st to my tiny baby sister @audreymcgraw. You were the cutest baby in the world and now you’re a hot, intelligent, poignant bitch,” Gracie wrote in the caption of her Instagram post. “It is rude to be hotter than your older sister but I love you, so I don’t mind. I’m so proud of the work you are doing and the work you are striving for. You will do great things my little chicken. Love you so so much.”

Audrey was born on December 6, 2001, and graduated from high school in 2020. When it comes to her career, she has started to follow in the footsteps of her talented parents by pursuing acting and singing.

She made her acting debut in Tim McGraw’s music video for his song, “7500 OBO,” in which she plays the main character acting out the storyline as her father is seen in the performance portions of the video. 

Directed by Alexa and Stephen Kinigopoulos, the “7500 OBO” video follows Audrey’s character through different stages of her life leading up to what appears to be her first love. Their budding relationship plays out from the perspective of the backseat of a Ford F-150. Viewers watch as the pair shares many special moments together inside the truck until things come to an unfortunate end when he moves away. Soon, the memories that are held within the truck start to fade as Audrey’s character starts to move on.

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Audrey and her sister Gracie have both taken a liking to the entertainment industry, but their sister has taken on a slightly different path. Maggie currently works in Democratic Tennessee Representative Jim Cooper’s office as a staff assistant and legislative correspondent, according to the Hill, but she still enjoys using her musical talents from time to time. 

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.