Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s kids are rising stars in their own right, with Audrey, 21, pursuing a modeling and singing career alongside her academics.

And earlier this week, the gifted actor took to Instagram to share a lovely new photo inside her New York City apartment.

Audrey looked trendy in the black-and-white portrait, clad in a polka dot dress and combing her long, brown hair.

Audrey had lived in New York City since 2021 when she became the final kid to leave the nest.

Her renowned parents and older sisters, Grace, 25, and Maggie, 24, raised her in Nashville, Tennessee.

The family is quite close, and Tim and Faith frequently visit Audrey and their firstborn, Gracie, who also resides in New York City.

While the McGraw sisters kept a quiet profile in their younger years, they occasionally appeared alongside their famous parents at high-profile red-carpet events, such as the Time 100 Gala in 2015.

Maggie even met Prince Harry while attending The Invictus Games reception with her father in 2016. While Faith and Tim keep their family life relatively private, Tim previously talked about his pride for his girls – and the melancholy truth of becoming an empty nester – in an interview with People.

“You’re used to getting up in the morning, taking kids to school, going to softball practices, basketball practices, and cheerleading practices, and all of a sudden, that’s gone when your last one departs,” he told the outlet.

The country music star opened up about their strong personalities: “We’ve raised three strong, independent, and determined young ladies. I’m most thankful for how normal our children are, how grounded they are, and how much they respect themselves and others.”

“That makes me feel like we’ve done a really good job, especially Mom,” he continued. Tim has discussed his family unit with Country Countdown USA as well.

He stated: “I’m the family’s oldest child. Faith has four children. I do what my mother says.”

He also discussed his children’s tight relationship. “Everyone with more than one child knows how different they are,” he remarked.

“They’re all so unique. But they’re all really close and very supportive of one another. They miss each other while apart, but they also want their sister to have her own life.”