Joey Feek’s Daughters Honor Her Memory with Sweet Picnic Two Years After Her Tragic Death
"I see her in every flower that blooms."
Two years after Joey Feek—one half of the Grammy-nominated country duo Joey+Rory—lost her battle with cancer, the singer's three daughters came together to pay tribute to her life.
On Sunday, the two-year anniversary of her passing, Joey's stepdaughters Heidi and Hopie and her young daughter with Rory, Indiana, gathered for a picnic near their late mom's gravesite at their Tennessee home.
Joey died after a long battle with cervical cancer on March 4, 2016. She was 40.
"It's been 2 years now since Joey passed away," Heidi, 20, wrote on Instagram alongside a sweet photo of herself, Hopie and Indiana enjoying a sunny picnic. "I see her in every flower that blooms and every smile on Indy's face. Today we had a picnic, in the cemetery, next to Jo's grave. I think she would've loved it. I miss her so much."
Joey and Rory married in 2002, and entered the public eye after in 2008, after appearing on CMT's singing competition Can You Duet. The couple finished in third place and signed with Sugar Hill Records shortly after. Their most popular songs include "That's Important to Me," "Cheater Cheater," and "When I'm Gone."