Prepare to be surprised: A 600-pound reality personality wedded in a daring bridal gown.

Despite being overweight, Tammy Slayton wanted to wear an open dress.

Tammy and Emmy Slayton are the stars of the well-known American reality show “1,000 Pound Sisters,” which follows two girls with life-threatening levels of obesity.

They are now 34 and 35 years old, respectively. Up until a few years ago, they consented to broadcast their daily lives to millions of people in the hopes of losing weight and starting to live life to the fullest.

For three seasons, the sisters battled their addictions and themselves. Amy was the most successful sibling; she is making progress with her weight reduction and is claiming surgery.

Amy was around 185 kg at the time of shooting (of which she has already reduced approximately 50 kg), while Tammy was approximately 275 kg. In comparison to her sibling, she has gained weight and is now close to 300 pounds. Tammy’s health quickly deteriorated, and she was sent to an Ohio medical rehabilitation clinic that specialized in treating obese individuals.

She is still being treated at the clinic for weight loss and pulmonary issues caused by her obesity. Tammy retains a strong sense of purpose in her life. She routinely publishes hilarious videos on social media, updates her fans on her health, and reassures her fans that everything is well.

Tammy met her fiance, Caleb Willingham, at the treatment center. That encounter launched the first relationship she’d ever had that wasn’t based on internet dating. They’d previously planned a wedding in the hospital where they met, and he’d proposed to her there.

“They can communicate about many of the issues they have in common.” They are now quite helpful to one another. According to the couple’s pals, it’s wonderful.

The wedding was attended by just the bride’s closest friends and family members. Amy, the bride’s sister, was among those who had previously married and had a kid as a result of her weight reduction.

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