Miranda Lambert Shares Photos of Major Storm Damage to Her Nashville Farm

Tierney McAfee
Photo credit: Instagram/MirandaLambert
Photo credit: Instagram/MirandaLambert

From Prevention

  • Miranda Lambert is giving thanks that no one—man, woman, or animal—on her farm was injured after a major storm struck the Nashville area on Sunday night.

  • The country singer shared photos of her property in the aftermath of the storm.

Miranda Lambert was among the many thousands of Nashville residents to lose power amid a devastating storm that swept through the city on Sunday night.

The storm's 70-mile per hour winds also caused considerable damage to the beautiful farm that the country singer shares with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin.

Miranda took to Instagram on Tuesday to share photos of the aftermath of the storm. The first image shows the singer standing in the woods next to a gigantic tree that had been totally uprooted in the storm. Other photos revealed several more downed trees on her expansive property.



"The storms that came through TN this weekend took a toll on our farm. So very thankful no one was hurt including animals and structures," Miranda wrote in the caption. "A ton of huge old trees just uprooted and snapped in half. I know, like us, a lot of folks in Nashville and surrounding area's don't have power. I think that's the lesson, for me anyway. God keeps reminding us who's in charge."

More than 20 animals live on Miranda and Brendan's farm, including nine dogs, four cats, five horses, and two rabbits. We're so glad no one was hurt in the storm!

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