August 27, 2020

See Miranda Lambert Celebrate Her Parent's Wedding Anniversary with a Sweet Throwback Pic

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Country artist Miranda Lambert heartily celebrates her parents' wedding anniversary with a heartwarming throwback photo. Her delighted followers couldn't help but gush at the uncanny resemblance.

Although Miranda Lambert is a two-time Grammy Award winner, the famed country artist forever remains her parents' little girl.

This was evident when she took to her Instagram to heartily celebrate their wedding anniversary with a series of heartwarming photos.

Miranda Lambert attends the 2016 iHeartCountry Festival at The Frank Erwin Center on April 30, 2016. | Photo: Getty Images



The slideshow began with a sweet throwback photo of Miranda's parents, Rick and Bev, dressed in white and hugging each other tightly as they posed for the camera. She captioned the post:

"Happy anniversary, mom and dad!! I'm so proud of them and the life and businesses they've built."

The two other images from the slide show Lambert standing in between her parents. The last slide was an up-close photo of the Lambert Family Red 55 Winery bottle, alongside a bouquet and a portrait of the celebrants.



As expected, the touching pictures garnered thousands of likes and several comments from fans who congratulated the singer's parents. However, many were focused on the uncanny resemblance the singer shared with her folks.

Last month, Lambert celebrated another important event in her life when her hit song 'Bluebird" officially became a chart-topper.

Several comments suggested that Lambert resembled her dad as she has his smile. One user who disagreed with the majority remarked that Lambert looked like her mom instead.

A screenshot of fans' comment on Miranda Lambert's post. | Photo: Instagram/mirandalambert



Rick and Bev Lambert first met on the campus of South Methodist University in Dallas when the latter was serving as an undercover narcotics officer. The duo hit it off after they went on a date. 

They collaborated not only romantically, but also professionally. The lovebirds served as private investigators with the Texas Oil Boom of the 1970s and 80s as their first case. 

When Miranda became seven, she often joined them on their stakeouts dressed in cheerleading costumes to distract other parties. They were also involved in the infamous Clinton impeachment investigation after Paula Jones' lawyers hired them.




Last month, Lambert celebrated another important event in her life when her hit song 'Bluebird" officially became a chart-topper, ranking at number 1. The thrilled singer took to her Instagram to share the news with a series of photos.

The first was a scene from its music video and the second, an image of Lambert rocking a blue polka dot bikini top with shorts basking in the sun with a drink in hand. She announced her big win in the caption, writing:

"Bluebird" is officially a number one song. It's been 8 years since I had a number 1 on the Billboard charts and 6 years on Mediabase. I have spent my life doing what I love.."



Country stars such as  Carrie Underwood, Tanya Tucker, and Martina McBride also joined in celebrating her big win. 


Lambert's streak of celebration comes months after she and husband Brendan McLoughlin introduced their newest family member to her 4 million followers in May.

Due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the country artist, who usually finds herself on the road touring, has had to remain at home because of stay-at-home orders. 


However, the singer wasn't going to let the restrictions tamper with her love for the road. She took to Instagram to explain that she recreated her road experiences with Brendan alongside the help of a new family member.

Lambert then introduced her fans to the new 2020 Airstream Globetrotter which she named "The Sheriff" and explained that it was her first time owning a new trailer after years of collecting vintage trailers.


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