Whether they are dressed up or dressed down, fans love how Tim McGraw and Faith Hill look together. The regal yet real couple of country music can wear T-shirts and fashionably shredded jeans like no one else. Tim and Faith can also portray sheer elegance in sleek suits and sequined gowns as they sing unforgettable duets on stage.
Radio.com via MSN and Yahoo got a politically-active peek at Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and their youngest daughter, Audrey, wearing masks for a very appropriate occasion. The family took their lead from none other than former First Lady, Michelle Obama.
Last Friday, Mrs. Obama encouraged everyone to form voting “squads,” and be active about bringing a circle of friends and family to the polls. Clearly, the McGraw family was listening, like many others among the musically-inclined!
Masks suit Tim McGraw and his family just fine
With virus cases spiking nationally again, voting is critical. The entire partial contingent of the McGraw clan gets points for following every safety protocol in planning to vote. Lovely Audrey has to take the prize for wearing her mask best as she poses between her parents. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill would surely agree. They all have matching masks, with Audrey wearing her glasses perfectly in place.
The eyes do the smiling for the civically-aware McGraw’s in this snapshot. Last month, Faith Hill posted a jubilant announcement for voter registration day, encouraging followers to be aware of their individual state’s guidelines. She stressed “now is the time to do it,” and now, she, Tim McGraw, and Audrey can sleep well at night, knowing they have done their civic duty.
Audrey, 18, and her dad look like twinsies in their blue, white-laced sweatsuit jackets. Faith has the satisfied look of a woman who accomplished a mission in her beautiful brown eyes. The spectacular singer didn’t forget to call out some famous friends to the “squad-up” cause, either.
Country couple don’t just leave this voting call to family
In June, Tim McGraw posted a tender social media message to his daughters, Maggie and Audrey, in celebration of their dual graduations. Maggie earned her degree from Stanford and Audrey earned her diploma from high school. “Mom and I are so proud of y’all!” gushed the beaming dad.
Faith took the honors of giving her youngest daughter a shout out after Audrey voted for the first time in a primary election during the same month. She captioned her post with a closing “#proudmom” as her hashtag.
Faith Hill spread the word to some famous gal pals to get voting, too. That select group was comprised of Dolly Parton, Kelsea Ballerini, Karen Fairchild, and Ingrid Andress. Fans know how fabulous this foursome would look in any face covering they choose. A collaborative girl-power video for the When We All Vote initiative would surely get a wink from Tim McGraw, too, especially with a cameo featuring his wife!
It’s been a season of honors for Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are ardent and longtime supporters of When We All Vote. The aim of the non-partisan and nonprofit organization is to increase participation in every election, closing the race and age voting gap. It endorses “grassroots energy” from local to national elections in the effort to “reach every American.”
Besides being able to assure Michelle Obama of “Challenge accepted” from her clan, Faith Hill likely will be front and center next to Tim McGraw when he receives a distinguished nod. Tim will be recognized as the 2020 Tom Hanks Caregiver Champion from the Elizabeth Dole Foundation later this week. The superstar has a deeply personal connection to those suffering brain illness and injury. He and Faith devote much of their time to the veteran’s community.
The support and success of his Here On Earth album is keeping the “I Called Mama” singer steeped in virtual performances, too. It’s a matter of first things first for this country music family, though. And Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and their girls keep voting as a top priority.
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