Miranda Lambert Cozies Up to Husband Brendan in Sweet Valentine’s Day Selfie

by Matthew Wilson
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Country singer Miranda Lambert poses with her husband Brendan McLoughlin for a sweet and adorable Valentine’s Day selfie. The country singer is out there living her best life with her “valentine.”

Lambert and McLoughlin appear to be embracing the outdoors in this bundled up selfie. While their love may be warm, the weather certainly isn’t. They’re dressed to handle whatever cold or snow this frigid winter throws their way. Lambert and McLoughlin are all smiles in this adorable update of their relationship together.

Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin

Country music fans can thank a spot on “Good Morning America” for Lambert’s relationship with McLoughlin. Oh, and a couple of Lambert’s bandmates, who decided to play matchmakers. The artist made an appearance on the show, performing with her country band The Pistol Annies.

Meanwhile, McLoughlin, an NYPD officer, worked security for the show. His looks caught the attention of Lambert’s bandmates, who decided to set the two up. They invited McLoughlin to one of her Lambert’s shows and played Cupid, putting the two together.

“My girlfriends, the Annies, saw him and knew I might be ready to hang out with someone. They invited him to our show behind my back,” said Lambert during an interview. “They plucked him for me. My security guy Tom was in on it too. He said to me, ‘He’s here. And he’s pretty.'”

Well, Lambert’s bandmates ended up being right and the two made a perfect match, despite some nerves on Lambert’s part. It seems strange that the country star would be the nervous one in this situation.

“I don’t really have game so I was really nervous. It worked out,” said Lambert. “He’s beautiful. He’s a cutie.”

On Jan. 26, 2019, the two decided to take their relationship to the next level after only dating a few months. They got married, which became the subject of Lambert’s song “Settling Down.”

“Wherever the people that you love are is home, so it can be anywhere,” Lambert said about the song. “But it was a cool song to write at the very time that we needed to write it. I feel like a lot of people feel that way, that they have this gypsy spirit, and they want to be rock ‘n’ roll, but they also love having a morning at home with their bare feet on their own kitchen floor.”

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