The Grammy winner, 37, who recently showed off her impressively ripped spouse in the music video for "Settling Down," thinks that McLoughlin, 29, "is a natural in front of the camera," spills a source. "He's got good looks and a big personality."
While the couple has been mostly holed up at Lambert's Nashville estate, the source says she's organized an extended stay in McLoughlin's native NYC so that he can enroll in acting classes.
"Miranda believes being a two-career couple will strengthen their marriage and put them on equal footing," explains the source. "Brendan's willing to put in the work, and Miranda's determined to use her clout to make him a star."
While the couple seems solid, Lambert has recently craved some space in her two-year marriage with the ex-NYPD cop. As OK! previously reported, a pal said that the "Over Your" singer directed McLoughlin to not join him in Texas for her first concert in over a year because it'll just be "all work and no play."
"But she really just wants to get away from him for a while," the friend dished.
Lambert shocked her fans when she wed McLoughlin only three months after meeting him on the set of Good Morning America. Their whirlwind romance was quickly followed by the COVID-19 pandemic, which they spent much of road-tripping together, cooped up in an Airstream trailer, leaving Lambert "desperate for some space."