Miranda Lambert has been inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fam in Fort Worth.
The 37-year-old superstar of country music star was honored at a ceremony held at Dickies Arena in her home state of Texas.
Lambert’s husband Brendan McLoughlin accompanied her at the annual event, which honors strong women of the west – past and present.
Addressing a crowd of 1,300, Lambert said, “And the biggest thing to me is the common theme of women celebrating women. That’s the most beautiful thing I could ever ask for.”
She shared some of the pictures of the ceremony on her social media account.
“Tuesday October 26 2021 is a day I will never forget as long as I live. That is the day I got inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall Of Fame in Ft. Worth Texas. It is truly one of the greatest honors of my life. I am beyond grateful to join such an amazing group of women. I’m still processing this and will be for a long time,” she wrote on Instagram.
“I have a long way to go to be half as cool the 200 plus cowgirls that have also been inducted over the years but I’m ready for the journey,” she added.
Lambert and four other women earned the Cowgirl Hall of Fame status this year.
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