Gypsy Rose Blanchard Pops Bottles And Parties After Release From Prison

Gypsy Rose Blanchard: I 'Had To Kiss A Couple Frogs' Before Meeting 'Handsome' Husband

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By Favour Adegoke on January 5, 2024 at 2:28 PM EST
Updated on January 5, 2024 at 2:29 PM EST

Gypsy Rose Blanchard is in love. Ahead of the debut of her documentary about her time in prison, Blanchard opened up about her love for her husband, Ryan Anderson.

Blanchard fell in love with Anderson after he first wrote her in prison while she was serving a sentence as a co-conspirator in the murder of her mother.

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard Has 'To Kiss A Couple Frogs To Get To This One'

Former convict Blanchard is flaunting her love for her husband, Ryan Anderson.

The duo got married in 2022 while Blanchard was still incarcerated at Chillicothe Correctional Center. They first connected after Anderson wrote to Gypsy Blanchard during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

During an interview with "Good Morning America' ’s  Deborah Roberts, the couple shared that they felt like they were "newly-together-weds" due to not being together since their marriage.

Blanchard also mentioned that their lives are "pretty hectic" right now, seemingly referencing the challenges of managing the fame that has come her way since her incarceration.

Looking to the future, Blanchard shared that she and Anderson have plans to have kids but "don't know when at this point."

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And when she was asked if her chubby beau was her "happily ever after, Blanchard waxed philosophical, telling her host, "I had to kiss a couple frogs to get to this one handsome face."

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Fans React To The Ex-Con's Romance With Her New Husband

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Fans on social media reacted to Blanchard's flaunting her husband by wishing her the best of her newfound love.

One fan said, "They're so cute and happy to let miss gypsy live the life she deserves," while another one wrote, "She's finally living her life the way she wants."

A third person commented, "They both have that big smile around each other they must be in love," while a fourth said, "She seems very happy, and tbh she deserves it all."

Some fans also commented that the media should stop poking into Blanchard's life.

A fan said, "Y'all need to back off and leave Gypsy alone. The most that she needs is kindness and love with what she's gone through."

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Another person noted, "I love that she is enjoying life, but she [needs] to be careful with the media. They need to give her space, and idk if she knows healthy boundaries."

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard Speaks On Her Release From Prison

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In the interview with Roberts, Blanchard also spoke about her experience leaving prison for the first time in nearly nine years.

"I felt a little bit like I was dropped in a different world," she said. "Because you don't realize how much you're restricted in prison. I felt like I was in a black-and-white world and I just stepped into technicolor. It was amazing."

In 2015, Blanchard was sentenced to prison for her role in planning the murder of her mother, Clauddine "Dee Dee." The tragic incident unfolded in Springfield, Missouri, where Dee Dee was discovered stabbed to death in her home.

Blanchard's then-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn, who executed the act, was convicted of first-degree murder and received a life sentence without the possibility of parole.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard Says She Regrets Her Actions

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Now that she is out of prison, Blanchard fully regrets her actions and is sure that her ex also does.

"I'm sure that we both have a lot of regrets. All I can really say is that I did my time. He's doing his time for his part. And I wish him well on his journey," she told her interviewer.

On January 5, Blanchard will also be adding her version to the litany of multiple documentaries and drama series that have spotlighted her story. It would come in the form of a lifetime documentary titled "The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard."

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"The six-hour special features unprecedented access to Gypsy Rose Blanchard, a victim of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy who suffered horrific abuse and made national headlines for her role in her mother's violent murder... [Gypsy] is finally ready to tell her truth before she becomes a free woman for the first time in her life," the docuseries description read, per Al.

For the former convict, she hopes her story will help others learn not to take matters into their own hands and also help bring awareness to mental health issues and abuse victims."

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