Miranda Lambert closes the door on yet another part of her past Rick Diamond/Getty Images
Rick Diamond/Getty Images

It looks like Miranda Lambert’s move out of Tishomingo, Oklahoma is finally complete.

Following her divorce from Blake Shelton last summer, Miranda decided to shut down the Tishomingo branch of her boutique, The Pink Pistol. Now, she has closed her bed and breakfast across the street — The Ladysmith.

The website for the small hotel says the property is under new management. Over the Fourth of July weekend, another Tishomingo business owner posted a photo on Facebook showing Blake and his new love, Gwen Stefani, hanging out on the balcony of the former Ladysmith property.

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Happy 4th weekend!!! The view is still free at Baker's.

Posted by Jackie Orr- Baker on Saturday, July 2, 2016

Blake has gone on record saying he has a few new business ventures planned for downtown Tishomingo. The little town has seen a big boost in tourism since Blake and Miranda made it their hometown years ago. Looks like Blake is set on keeping that business boom going.

As for Miranda, she has relocated to a big spread south of Nashville and looks really happy in the Instagram photos she’s posted with her new beau, Anderson East. Miranda is also expanding the original Pink Pistol boutique in her hometown of Lindale, Texas with a bigger, brand-new store opening in August.

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We’ll keep you posted on what happens to The Ladysmith in Tishomingo, too. You can get a look at what the bed and breakfast looked like here.

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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