A new, seemingly improved Tammy Slaton.
The 1,000-pound Sisters star seems more dedicated than ever to improving both her physique and, consequently, her overall health these days… as evidenced by the photos below these days. .
It was snapped by her husband, Caleb Willingham.
“Good job my ANGEL!” wrote Caleb as the caption.
We can only assume that this photo was taken inside an Ohio rehab center that both Caleb and Tammy had called home for several months.
The couple met there and, much to the shock of many observers, got married there in November.
“You used to know me as Tammy Slaton, but now you know me as Mrs. Tammy Willingham,” Slaton said at the time.
The 36-year-old later added:
“Our wedding was perfect and the room was filled with so much love. I literally married my best friend.”
Late last year, Tammy also underwent gastric bypass surgery.
She really seems to be on her way to health and happiness.
Tammy and brother Amy will soon be returning to the small screen for £1,000 Sisters Season 4, which begins Jan. 17.
In the trailer previously released by People Magazine, Amy shows great concern for Tammy after she suffers a major medical scare.
“Her body shut down,” Amy says in the promo.
A promotional video shows how Tammy underwent a tracheotomy so that doctors could provide her with emergency respiratory support at any time.
Despite her health scare, she boasts at one point, as featured in another season 4 trailer.
“I’m still here, bitch!”
While this may be true, Slaton also recognizes that he must change his ways.
As you can see in the example pictured above, she’s about to do just this..
In November, when it was announced that the £1,000 Sisters would be returning for Season 4, TLC posted the following synopsis:
After surviving a near-death experience, Tammy makes a “life-changing decision.”
Amy, who is expecting her second baby, is unsure what it will be like to be an overweight mother, and Chris is desperate to qualify for skin removal surgery.
1,000 pounds. Sisters will premiere on his Tuesday, January 17th, 9/8c.