Although spring is right around the corner, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter, Audrey McGraw, has dodged the Northeastern cold.

The renowned music couple’s 21-year-old daughter is making the most of her spring break by jet-setting to somewhere warmer and tropical.

Audrey is Faith and Tim’s youngest child. They married in 1997. They also have two daughters, Gracie (25) and Maggie (24). Audrey is named after her mother, Faith, who was born Audrey Faith Perry.

Audrey took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a video with her fans of her time off from school, during which she looks to be vacationing at St. Barth’s or another surrounding island.

She posted a black-and-white snapshot of herself going down the street, leaving shiplap homes with shingle roofs and a low mountain range in the background while flashing her washboard abs.

Audrey wore a black bikini top with a tiered, flowy white skirt and platform and open-toed espadrilles for the vacation shoot, and she accessorized with a silk bandana wrapped around her long, jet-black hair.

“Pack o’ watercolors acquired,” she quipped of her artistic appearance in her post, and Rita Wilson – a close friend of the McGraws who just made Audrey’s sister Gracie her plus one for the BAFTAs – added, “Go to some painting!”

Others congratulated her, saying, “Love the look, gal!” and “Beautiful Miss Audrey!” and “Love this pic!” “Lovely,” said another of her followers.

Audrey is the youngest of the three McGraw sisters, and she aspires to follow in her parent’s footsteps by working in the entertainment industry. She is currently enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, located in New York City and Los Angeles.

Her older sister Gracie shares her enthusiasm for Broadway musicals and has previously performed for Broadway Sings. Meanwhile, the middle sister, Maggie, holds a Master’s degree in Sustainability Science and Practice from Stanford, has worked as a staff assistant and legislative correspondent for Tennessee Democratic Rep. Jim Cooper, and is currently studying for the LSAT.