Country singer Rory Feek is warming hearts with a lovely photo of his girls Heidi and Indiana bonding.
When Rory Feek isn’t blessing our ears with great and inspiring music, he is busy hanging out with his beautiful children. This was the case on Tuesday when Rory shared a heartwarming photo of two of his girls, Heidi and Indiana.
Singer-songwriter Rory Feek discusses his career and new book 'This Life I Live' at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on March 11, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. | Photo: Getty Images
In the image posted, elder sister Heidi was seen holding Indiana in her lap as they posed with their proud father. The next slide showed a happy story hanging out with his friends as they enjoyed a meal.
In the accompanying caption, the country music star explained that his older daughter traveled all the way from Alabama to spend time with her baby sister.
The doting father praised his daughters’ fashion sense and referenced the Netflix series “Anne with An E,” as he wrote:
“Channeling her own inner ‘Anne with an E’ in her pretty new @sondeflor dress, they set out to have dinner and go see the movie Little Women together.”
Rory ended the post by explaining that although Indy didn’t make it to the movie, he was able to snag some time to hang with his buddies. According to Country Fancast, Heidi follows in her father’s footsteps of being a talented musician.
The 32-year-old began her career in 2010 singing as a backup for “Joey + Rory.” She then went on to release two solo EP’s before joining Dillion Hodges for his North America tour in 2015.
When it comes to being a father to three girls, Rory has had quite a rollercoaster journey. According to Taste of Country, Rory faced a hard time as a father after his wife Joey died of cancer in 2016.
It was noted by the publication that shortly after Joey’s demise, Rory’s Christian faith got rested when his second-oldest daughter Hopie came out to him as a lesbian.
To make matters worse, Heidi also told him that she was an atheist and didn’t believe in organized religion. Detailing the challenging time in his book “Once Upon A Farm,” Rory wrote:
“My conservative Christian faith was the first part of me to judge Hopie. To want to push her away. To withhold love from her. And she could feel it. See it in my eyes. And in that moment we had a conversation without any words.”
Luckily, Rory decided to let love lead and went ahead to officiate his daughter’s wedding. PEOPLE notes that Hopie tied the knot with her fiancée Wendy at the Feek Family farm in Pottsville, Tennessee.
Feek was famous for his songwriting skills, and his collaboration with Collin Raye for the hit song “Someone You Used to Know” set him on the map.