Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin have been married for a whole year! The couple celebrated one year together on Sunday, January 26, 2020.
Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin tied the knot last year in a secret ceremony. They kept the news a secret for several weeks.
Their secret wedding reportedly took place at Miranda's Tennessee farm. The pair have since shared sneak peeks of the ceremony.
Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin attend the 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena | Getty Images
Miranda honored the occasion with a sweet post on social media site Instagram. She accompanied the touching photo from their wedding day with the caption:
"1 year. I’m so happy to walk through this life with you. Thank you, Brendan, for making me the proudest wife and stepmom. You are the reason for all my new smile lines. I love you."
"I was married before, and it was a huge wedding and everything was very public. So was my divorce. I learned then that it's not for everybody else. This is my actual life. With Brendan, I made it a point to keep it as private as I could for as long as I could."
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She revealed her union to Brendan to only a few people before making the public announcement including her "Bluebird" co-writers, Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick. Lambert told Billboard:
"I felt like for that song I might as well tell my news to my friends, because I felt like it would really add [to it]. And it turned out that it did."
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Hemby, a member of The Highwomen, revealed:
"She poured a glass of wine and held up her hand. She goes, 'I got married three days ago.' And Luke and I started laughing; like, we just couldn't believe it. Brendan is so sweet, and they're so happy."
Miranda Lambert poses for a portrait as she promotes her new shoe collection at DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse | Getty Images
Lambert and McLoughlin's anniversary coincided with the 2020 Grammy Awards. Lambert was nominated for two trophies; Best Country Song, for "It All Comes Out in the Wash," and Best Country Album, for the Pistol Annies' Interstate Gospel record.