Miranda Lambert Shares Sweet Thanksgiving Message with a Photo Posing with a Beautiful Horse

To celebrate 2020’s Thanksgiving holiday, country musician Miranda Lambert took to her social media account, to wish everyone a happy holiday alongside a photo of a gorgeous brown horse.

Miranda Lambert, 37, is celebrating Thanksgiving by surrounding herself with the animals she loves. On Wednesday, November 25, 2020, the country musician wished her fans a happy holiday via Instagram.

She posted a photo of herself wearing a blue pair of jeans and a black shirt while petting a horse. The star sat on a wooden fence as the beautiful brown horse nuzzled against her through the fence.

Miranda Lambert at the 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards on April 07, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada | Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic/Getty Images

Miranda Lambert at the 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards on April 07, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada | Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic/Getty Images

The name tag on the horse's lead read “Ellie.” In the caption of the post, Lambert confessed to her followers that the year had been a crazy one, however, she noted that she appreciated all the little things.

She shared how grateful she was for everything in her life especially those that were around her. Referencing her numerous animals, and Ellie, the country musician wrote:

“Two-legs or four, I am thankful for everyone in my life, including you all!”

The star concluded her post by wishing everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving, from her and the horse. On November 20, 2020, she posed again with a different horse in a photo that included her husband, Brendan McLoughlin.

The image was posted on the official Instagram page for her clothing brand, Idyllwind. One thing that the singer can be grateful for is her album, “Wildcard” which has been earning various nominations.

This month it was revealed that the album was one of the records that received the most country music nominations for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards.

Her record earned the nominations for Best Country Solo Performance (for “Bluebird”), Best Country Song (“Bluebird”), and Best Country Album (“Wildcard”).

The star’s nominations are tied with those of the new singer-songwriter, Ingrid Andress. She has two nominations in the categories: Best Country Song for debut chart-topping single for “More Hearts Than Mine” and the Best Country Album for “Lady Like.” 

Her third nomination was for the Best New Artist category. Country music stars Brandy Clark, Little Big Town, and Old Dominion each boast two nominations for the upcoming awards show.

Besides staying at home for Thanksgiving, earlier in the month, Miranda Lambert was seen at an awards ceremony.

Lambert is already a two-time Grammy Winner and her three 2021 nominations give her a total of 21. Her much-acclaimed seventh studio album will celebrate its release anniversary as it came out in November 2019.

Besides staying at home for Thanksgiving; earlier in the month, Lambert was seen at an awards ceremony. She took her husband to the Country Music Awards at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee where she performed her new song, “Settling Down.”

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