Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.
Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin concluded their European vacation with a memorable visit to Munich, Germany, where they joined in the festivities of Oktoberfest. The celebrity couple fully embraced the local culture, even donning traditional attire for the occasion. While Lambert is known for sharing affectionate “shirtless husband” photos of McLoughlin with her fans, this time they got to see him in lederhosen for the first time.
Photographs from their time in Munich capture Lambert in traditional German clothing, wearing a dirndl, as the couple indulged in the rich culinary offerings, beverages, and festivities that Oktoberfest had to offer.
In the caption accompanying her post chronicling their stay in Munich, Lambert expressed the significance of this visit, highlighting that it held a special place in her heart because Munich is close to the hometown of her longtime manager, Marion Kraft.
Lambert reflected, “I’ve been with my manager and friend, Marion Kraft, for 20 years, and this marked the first occasion I had the opportunity to return to her homeland. She grew up in a quaint village in the southern part of Germany, and after all these years of hearing wonderful stories about it, I finally had the chance to see the place that played a significant role in shaping one of my dearest friends. Sharing this journey with her and our close friends was a profoundly meaningful experience for me.”
Lambert also had only positive remarks for Munich and its iconic autumn celebration, Oktoberfest.
“Oktoberfest felt like a scene from a movie. Unforgettable!” she exclaimed, expressing her gratitude for every destination they visited during their European tour over the past few days. “This entire journey filled my heart. Now it’s time to head back to the United States.”
The country singer and her husband commenced their European vacation with a visit to Switzerland, where Lambert was scheduled to headline a festival in early September. Subsequently, they traveled to Austria, making stops in Vienna and Salzburg, fully immersing themselves in the rich historical charm and culture that the country had to offer.