Did Whitney From My Big Fat Fabulous Life Mom Died

Did Whitney From My Big Fat Fabulous Life Mom Die?

Whitney Thore announced her mother’s passing via Instagram post on Thursday morning. The 39-year-old reality star posted an ode to Babs that played audio of them having an interaction while images from their time together flashed across screen.

This video was an emotional tribute to Babs, a two-time cancer survivor who passed away at 76. It captured many tender moments between Babs, her husband Glenn, Hunter and Whitney as well as some special memories shared between family members.

Babs was well known on TLC’s My Big Fat Fabulous Life for her southern charm, hilarious sense of humor, well-timed witticisms and beautiful smile. Additionally, she had the ability to make everyone around her feel welcome and safe.

My Big Fat Fabulous Life viewers got to know Babs well during her appearances in all 10 seasons of the series. Her health issues were frequently highlighted during each season of My Big Fat Fabulous Life; eventually she and her husband moved into an assisted living home together.

Fans of the show have been devastated by her passing, expressing their sorrow on social media channels like Twitter and Instagram while remembering fondly their favorite TV mom.

Babs often posted updates and encouraged fans to send her cards while living at an assisted living facility, showing great resilience by never losing her sense of humor despite all her obstacles.

She found great happiness and purpose in her television career, giving her an outlet that gave her purpose and excitement. We will miss her immensely on MBFFL and her passing will shape how the crew handles operations going forward.

Babs’ passing has left a profound hole in the hearts and lives of her loved ones at Thore Farms, who are still coming to terms with a world without her presence as they look forward to her birthday celebrations each year. No doubt they will share their grief on television as they adjust.

TLC issued an official statement Wednesday evening to announce Barbara Thore had died at age 76 from cerebral amyloid angiopathy – an incurable disease which can lead to brain bleeding, strokes and dementia.

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