The only thing country music fans love more than Miranda Lambert’s music is seeing her happy with husband Brendan McLoughlin.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day earlier this, the Texas native posted a festive throwback photo from an old trip the two took together to Ireland. In the picture, Miranda and Brendan smile at the camera while wearing green clothing pieces and sipping from pints of Guinness to celebrate the Irish holiday.
“This time last year we were celebrating St. Paddy’s day @theadaremanor in Ireland. The best trip!” she captioned the never-before-seen snap. “Cant wait to go back. Cheers y’all from the McLoughlin’s 💚🍀.”
Without missing a beat, fans immediately took to the comments section to share their thoughts via heartfelt and supportive messages.
“That’s a cute picture ❤️,” one person wrote on Instagram. “My favorite couple 😘,” someone else said. “You look stunning miss ma’am ✨💗,” another commented.
Although Miranda referenced that they can’t wait to take another trip to Ireland in the future, it doesn’t look like there will be much time for the three-time Grammy winner to enjoy a getaway anytime soon. Not only is she still performing in Las Vegas for her Velvet Rodeo residency through the end of the year, but she’s also gearing up to launch her first cookbook, Y’all Eat Yet?: Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen.
The book, which comes out on April 25, features family recipes and stories from Miranda and the women that helped raise her, according to the press release. And this is in addition to her already existing home line, Wanda June Home, named after her mother and grandmother.
“Watching my mom and her friends, I saw the way pitching in, working together, loving music and being there for each other is the greatest gift you can have in life,” Miranda said in the press release. Folks who pick up a copy can also expect to discover deeper insight into her life on the farm and on the road.
It has begging the question — is there anything Miranda Lambert can’t do?
Annie O’Sullivan (she/her) covers holiday, gift guide, travel, and lifestyle content at Good Housekeeping. She has a degree in magazine journalism from Syracuse University and previously reported for Runner’s World, NBC New York/NY 4 and Woman’s Day. Annie also has experience writing entertainment news and celebrity-focused content.
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