It appears Miranda Lambert is truly happy with her boyfriend of nearly a year Anderson East, and the country star and her beau are already discussing their future together-and it includes some very big things for the pair.
According to E! News, Lambert, 32, and East, 28, have been discussing the possibility of taking their relationship to the next level, meaning marriage and kids, and they are both on the same page when it comes to what they want.
"She wants to get married again and have children soon," a source said. "That has been an open conversation between her and Anderson. He wants the same."
"Miranda is very happy with Anderson," the source added. "They have gotten very close, Her friends think this is the guy for her."
The happy romance comes after her marriage to Blake Shelton ended after four years last summer. He quickly moved on with The Voice co-star Gwen Stefani, going public with their relationship in November, while Lambert went public with East on New Year's.
However, sources said that while Lambert isn't sure she'll ever be able to truly be friends with Shelton again after their marriage ended, the split is no longer on her mind and she's grateful that her marriage to him eventually led to her finding East instead.
"She is completely over Blake and wishes him only the best. It was a time in her life that was special, but she's happy that relationship took her to where she is now," the source said. "Many lessons were learned in that time with Blake. She hasn't spoken to Blake in a friendship capacity yet, and she is not sure she will ever get back to that point with him. At this point, they have no attachments to each other."
For now, though she and East may be discussing a future together, it appears the two are more focused simply on creating music together. While Shelton and Stefani collaborated on one song together on his recent album If I'm Honest, her new double album, The Weight of These Wings, will feature several collaborations with her new beau.
According to Entertainment Tonight, the pair collaborated on two songs from her album, with East co-writing "Getaway Driver" from 'The Nerve," the top half of her album, and "Well-Rested" from "The Heart," the bottom half of the album.