Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s three daughters are all grown up now. Gracie and Maggie are both college graduates, and the youngest, Audrey, just graduated high school this year.
In June, Tim celebrated Audrey’s high school graduation and Maggie’s graduation from Stanford University in a post on social media.
“Our class of 2020 girls!
Boom! Great work ladies!
Mom and I are so proud of y’all!!!” he wrote.
Now, Tim and Faith have yet another reason to be proud of Audrey…she voted for the first time!
Faith was the first to celebrate the milestone moment in her youngest daughter’s life. She posted a picture of Audrey flaunting her “I voted” sticker and captioned it, “First time voter over here!!!!!!!!!” along with a bunch of heart emojis and the hashtag “#proudmom.”
Tim later shared Faith’s post, and added his own message. “My baby girl! #prouddad,” he wrote.
Audrey shared the same photo on her own Instagram. She included a message to encourage her followers to perform their civic duty, simply writing, “Vote!”
It’s hard to grasp the fact that Audrey is already old enough to vote! It seems like just yesterday when she was singing “Travelin’ Soldier” during a VIP party for her parents’ Sundown Heaven Town Tour.
But believe it or not, that was six years ago when Audrey was only 12! Take a trip back in time by watching her performance below.