Brendan McLoughlin is Miranda Lambert’s lucky charm this St. Patrick’s Day.
The “If I Was A Cowboy” singer and her husband, McLoughlin, celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a Guinness in hand while visiting Ireland.
McLoughlin also documented the moment on Instagram, writing, “Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the homeland with @mirandalambert ☘️☘️.”
The couple is pictured wearing green ensembles with a cold Guinness in hand while seated at a wooden table in Ireland.
The couple’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration comes just after Lambert headlined the C2C: Country To Country Festival. Lambert and McLoughlin made the most of their trip overseas and even spent some time sightseeing around the countries they visited.
“London, Dublin and Glasgow, thanks for singing along @c2cfestival @brendanjmcloughlin and I got to see some old friends, make some new friends, paint some street art with Kareem and see some beautiful sights, Can’t wait to come back soon! 💖🎈🤠” Lambert captioned photos from her trip.
Upon her return to the states, the Texas native will prepare to release her new album, Palomino.
Arriving on April 29, Palomino will feature 15 tracks, including her current single, “If I Was A Cowboy,” and the newly released “Strange.” The album will also feature a cover of Mick Jagger’s “Wandering Spirit,” the title track from Jagger’s 1993 solo album of the same name, as well as three songs from Lambert, Jon Randall and Jack Ingram’s collaborative project, The Marfa Tapes.
Lambert will also hit the road on The Bandwagon Tour, a co-headlining trek with Little Big Town. The joint tour will visit 15 cities, with the official kick-off taking place on Friday, May 6 in Houston, Texas.