Miranda Lambert and Husband Brendan McLoughlin Goof Off in NYC: Pics

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Loving life! Miranda Lambert and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, were all smiles in New York City on Monday, July 8.

The couple beamed as they made their way through the city streets hand in hand. The 35-year-old county singer looked cute and casual in gym shorts, a gray tank top and a baseball cap, while McLoughlin sported an NYPD T-shirt.

Lambert and McLoughlin also rocked pink and blue wedding rings, respectively, during the outing.

The twosome tied the knot in January after a whirlwind romance. The Grammy winner announced the news in a sweet Instagram post the following month.

“In honor of Valentine’s day I wanted to share some news. I met the love of my life. And we got hitched!” Lambert wrote on February 16. “My heart is full. Thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for loving me for … Me. #TheOne.”

An insider told Us Weekly earlier this month that the pair moved to Nashville after their nuptials. Lambert and McLoughlin are often spotted in NYC, however.

The Staten Island native welcomed a son with his ex days after he met Lambert in November 2018. It’s unclear if McLoughlin’s son resides in New York, but the “House That Built Me” songstress expressed her enthusiasm for her new role as a stepmother in June.

“My stepson is amazing,” Lambert told Extra. “I’m loving that whole phase, and I’ve raised a million dogs, so I feel like I’ve got that part of my womanly/motherly thing full, so this is a whole new journey. It’s great. … I was like, ‘Hey, I got the dogs, you got the kid, we can mix and mingle.’”

Scroll through to see the sweet snaps:

Long Walks

The duo kept close during their Monday stroll. 



So in Love

Lambert and McLoughlin exchanged a sweet glance in downtown Manhattan.



Music City

The insider told Us that McLoughlin is “happy” to be living in Nashville with Lambert.  



Concrete Jungle

The couple packed on the PDA during another outing in NYC on July 3.



Better Together

Lambert joked that she married McLoughlin because she was taking a hiatus from music. “They’re not going to let me have eight months off ever again because I get married and do weird s–t,” she quipped during a radio interview on July 1. “I had the longest break I’ve ever had in 17 years — this year, the last year — so I’m a little nervous [to be back].”