Miranda Lambert’s new husband just welcomed baby with another woman

Miranda Lambert’s new husband just welcomed baby with another woman

Darren Sullivan
February 19, 2019

"In honor of Valentine's Day", she wrote on Instagram alongside a gorgeous wedding-day photo, "I wanted to share some news".

February is a month known for celebrating love and for Miranda Lambert, it now means a month for celebrating wedding anniversaries!

"My heart is full".

"I'm sure Miranda did [Blake] dirty just like she did me, but he wasn't thinking about me when he was cheating with her, so I don't know why he thinks its karma", he told Radar. "Thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for loving me for.me". Lambert, 35, shared photos of her and her new husband in their celebratory wedding attire. 911 calls insinuate she was there with her boyfriend and father. I met the love of my life. That relationship lasted until early 2018, when she reportedly began dating Turnpike Troubadours singer Evan Felker.

The "Tin Man" singer revealed her new marriage on Saturday, telling fans via Instagram she had found "the love of my life".

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Miranda and Felker split by August 2018.

'When the music was out, people had listened, I got on the phone for the first interview, ' she said in an interview.

Mcloughlin was most recently stationed in the Midtown South Precinct. In 2011, when McLoughlin was just 19 years old, he posted in shirtless snaps for a Model Mayhem page, in which he also specified his measurements: "The hunk is 5'11", 150 pounds and, importantly, refused to pose nude.

He added, "My style is all american boy/ abercrombie/ sporty but I'm open minded, so feel free to network with me, share your ideas, and organize sessions".

That same year, he was celebrated for taking first place in the Sgt. Keith Ferguson Memorial 5K Brooklyn Bridge Run.