Faith Hill Posts Throwback Video Of Daughter Audrey Doing “Single Ladies” Dance

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Singers Faith Hill and Tim McGraw are one of country music’s power couples. While their romantic life is always on full display, and they willingly speak about their marriage, one topic of their lives remains relatively private – their daughters.

The country singers welcomed three daughters into the world, Gracie Katherine in 1997, Maggie Elizabeth in 1998, and Audrey Caroline and 2001. They strategically don’t post too much about them on social media, except for birthdays and really special occasions, like when Maggie accompanied Tim McGraw to the CMT Music Awards in 2016.

They seem to post recent photos of the girls after they turn 18, giving them lots of privacy before they are legally adults. Along with winning the genetics lottery, Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey seem constantly showered in love by their doting parents.

They always post sweet tributes to their daughters on their birthday, and the day their youngest daughter, Audrey turned 18 was no different.

Hill marked the occasion by sharing an old home video Audrey made along with the caption, “I couldn’t resist posting this today in honor of Audrey’s 18th Birthday. My little sparrow with her head full of dreams. Oh, the places you will go my sweet. Happy Birthday I love you, Mom.”

The video began with young Audrey in a pink bathrobe singing the Beyonce song “Single Ladies” a cappella.

At first we thought she was just going to sing in the video, but then about partway through she backs up and starts doing the famous dance from the memorable 2011 music video.

Watch Audrey’s super cute “Single Ladies” dance below.