With Brendan McLoughlin as her husband, Miranda Lambert may be experiencing the best period of her life right now, but getting there wasn’t simple. Following their four-year marriage and subsequent divorce, the country music diva had to restart her life, but it ultimately improved it.
To reach “to a fantastic point” in her life, Lambert said in a recent interview with People, it had been “a long trip.” My boss has done an excellent job of urging me to “sit in my life.” Even while country music plays a significant role in her life, she insisted that it does not entirely define her.
She had to manage her life without Shelton and engage in various relationships that kept her in the news frequently, which occasionally required her to endure awkward circumstances. In her own words, “after I hit 30, I started to take life on a new path and really start to understand myself a little better.” And going through difficult experiences undoubtedly improves one’s self-awareness.
Lambert, who admitted to being “ripped down pretty good,” had to choose her goals in life, which required a fresh understanding of who she was. Things finally began to come together after that. According to the “Hell on Heels” singer, “I got to a pretty nice place with myself.” “I then ran into my hubby.” Three years have passed since she wed McLoughlin, a retired New York City police officer who has successfully transitioned from the city to the country.
The ability to make decisions on her own without the assistance of others is another skill Lambert has mastered. I just don’t care what people think of me, my marriage, my music, or anything else. I just want to be me, she remarked.
Lambert is aware that the hardships she had throughout her divorce from Shelton only helped to prepare her for the joys she is currently enjoying. I wouldn’t be who I am now if it weren’t for the challenging experiences like the chaos, the hectic schedule, the heartbreak, and the falling in and out of love. Despite the pain they caused at the time, I’m grateful for the teachings, she added. It’s best for her right now that she is living life on her terms.