Miranda Lambert's Husband Brendan McLoughlin Joins Instagram, Shares Rare Photos from Married Life

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Miranda Lambert's Husband Brendan McLoughlin Joins Instagram, Shares Rare Photos from Married Life

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Miranda Lambert is giving her husband Brendan McLoughlin a warm Instagram welcome.

On Monday, the country star, 36, shared a sneak peek on Instagram at the upcoming music video for her 2019 track "Settling Down."

"Serious faces on the set of the “Settling Down” music video with @brendanjmcloughlin," she captioned the clip, which shows the couple getting silly on set. "Video premieres Wednesday at 6pm ET! Head to settlingdownvideo.com to see a trailer 🎥."

McLoughlin — who joined the social media platform on Friday with a photo of himself riding a horse — shared the same video snippet to his own Instagram.

The former New York City police officer quipped, "#CityGoesCountry," in his first photo caption.

Brendan McLoughlin/Instagram Brendan McLoughlin and Miranda Lambert

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In a second Instagram post, he wrote: "Married a Texan and I got to meet a longhorn. #cowsofinstagram."

On Sunday, McLoughlin — who turned 29 last Wednesday — shared another photo of the newlyweds wearing matching blue and pink outfits. "You're cute," Lambert wrote in her husband's comments.

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The Texas native marked McLoughlin's birthday last week with a sweet post featuring a carousel of the happy moments they've shared since they secretly tied the knot on a farm just outside of Nashville in January 2019.

"Happy Birthday to my sweet husband," she wrote. "The man I love so much with the most contagious smile. Brendan you are a light. ❤️ (and I love your obsession with cows🐄) #nyc #dreamboat."

In August, Lambert told PEOPLE that she had been taking a break from songwriting and "spending a lot of time outside with my family and animals on the farm."

"[It] has become our home away from home," she said at the time. "I've been touring for 18 years and have been all over, but have rarely spent real time in those places. So that is what we've been doing! One of my favorite parts of 'glamping' is cooking with Brendan over a campfire with our cast iron pans. It is delicious!"