Miranda Lambert and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, recently took a vacation to soak up the sun in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Lambert took to Instagram yesterday (July 21) to share photos of the two looking toned up and happy as can be out on the lake.
The first of the three photos shared shows off the beautiful landscape of Lake Tahoe at sunset and the second photo is of Lambert alongside friends, Gwen Sebastian and Melissa Hughes. The last, but certainly not least, of the three photos is one of Lambert and her husband. Lambert rocks the floral bikini top, jean shorts, sunglasses, and “Lake Tahoe” trucker hat, while McLoughlin goes completely shirtless showing off his chiseled body. This isn’t the first eye-catching shirtless photo we’ve recently seen of McLoughlin. Just last week, he appeared shirtless doing laundry in an Instagram video Lambert posted promoting her new single, “It All Comes Out In The Wash.”
The two secretly tied the knot in January but didn’t announce the news until just after Valentine’s Day in February of 2019. Since then, the couple has been slowly making the relationship more public. It's clear that Lambert’s very happy in the relationship, which means we might get a handful of love songs on her forthcoming album expected to drop sometime this fall.
In a recent interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Lambert discusses her album dropping small hints at what's to be expected. “It’s not going to be love song overload or anything like that," Lambert says. "I made a career on being a rock and roller and I think fans are going to hear that throughout. And yeah, there is a vibe of being happy and that goes through this album. I am really, really happy.”
There you have it. Love songs will more than likely be included, although, she’ll be sure to stay true to her bold, “rock and roller” self that fans have fallen in love with over the years. Just last week Lambert dropped two new songs, “It All Comes Out In The Wash” and “Locomotive,” offering a little preview at what’s to come on the new album. Take a listen to the new tracks below.
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