Country music star Miranda Lambert celebrated her 38th birthday on Nov. 10. And one of the people who celebrated her birth on that day was her husband, Brendan McLoughlin.
McLoughlin shared his love and admiration for his famous wife via social media.
“This world became such a better place with you in it. You are a light for those in the dark, a voice for the ones who can’t be heard and most important of all, you’re the most amazing wife day in and day out,” he posted on Instagram.
Brendan McLoughlin also shared special birthday wishes with his wife. “I hope today brings you as much joy as you bring to me daily. Happiest of birthdays @mirandalambert I love you,” McLoughlin also posted.
In addition to his very sweet message, McLoughlin also shared four adorable photos of Miranda Lambert. One shows her sitting in a rocking chair on a porch. Another shows her smiling with two adorable dogs. Still another shows them embracing and smiling. The fourth is a goofy picture of Lambert enjoying what appears to be a delicious breakfast of biscuits, eggs, and bacon. Check them out below.
Miranda Lambert saw her husband’s post. And, unsurprisingly, she was very moved by his message. She was also very happy about something else he did for her on her birthday.
“I love you my sweet husband! Thanks for making be (sic) breakfast this morning! Love me some bday bacon,” the “Gunpowder & Lead” singer commented.
Miranda Lambert Was Born in Texas in 1983
Her parents operated a private detective agency. It was her father who started her country music education. He was a songwriter and he also played the guitar. It was her father who helped Lambert learn to play the guitar.
As a youngster, Miranda Lambert appeared in talent shows. She also performed on the Arlington-based variety show known as “Johnny High’s Country Music Revue.” This was a respected program that also helped Lee Ann Womack and LeAnn Rimes begin on their respective paths to fame. Talent shows also led to Lambert’s appearance in “Slap Her … She’s French” and in a commercial
Lambert began her band, Texas Pride, when she was 17. She was so focused on becoming a country music star that she decided to graduate high school early. By the early 2000s, Lambert had moved to Nashville. She released the single “Me and Charlie Talking” in 2004. The next year, she released her album, “Kerosene.”