Everyone wants to know about Miranda Lambert’s new husband Brendan Mcloughlin! Learn more about the mystery man who tied the knot with Miranda here!
Miranda Lambert stunned her entire fan base by revealing that she had gotten married to a man named Brendan Mcloughlin. While not much is currently known about Brendan, here are five facts about Miranda’s hubby that we were able to uncover!
1. He’s an NYPD cop. Some eagle-eyed Twitter users did a little detective work and discovered multiple pictures of Brendan in uniform shared by NYPD Midtown South’s account over the last few years.
2. He’s listed on the site Model Mayhem, a database used by models to get work and connect with other professionals in the industry. Having joined in 2010, Brendan wrote in his bio, “My name is Brendan McLoughlin. I am 19 years old and live in New York. I am on this site to build my portfolio. 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.” The site also lists Mcloughlin’s age as 28.
3. Mcloughlin was recently praised for his actions involving a robbery in Mar., 2018. NYPD Midtown South’s Twitter account wrote, “PO McLoughlin apprehended perpetrator in a bank robbery in progress & PO Donato had a pick up arrest of a truck burglary closing out several open complaints. Job well done guys!! #ItsWhatWeDo #NYPDprotecting.”
4. He was thanked by Jared Leto after the musician held impromptu fan meet-and-greets at various places throughout New York for his Mars Across America tour. Jared posted a photo of himself with Mcloughlin on Twitter, writing, “THANK YOU to NY’s finest for their kindness + incredible support today!! 👮🏻♀️👮🏾♂️ #MarsAcrossAmerica.”
5. He started dating Miranda at some point in the last six months. Mrianda told The Tennesseean on Aug. 24 that she was “single”, adding, “Love is a hard road sometimes and it’s been a roller-coaster ride for me, but I’m definitely thankful for all the ups and downs because I’ve had some really good songs come out of it. You’ve got to take the bad parts and put them on paper and then move on to the happy parts.”