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Lydia Plath Opens Up About Sister Hosanna’s Absence on ‘Welcome to Plathville’

Lydia Plath Opens Up About Sister Hosanna's Absence on 'Welcome to Plathville'

Those of you keeping up with TLC’s ‘Welcome to Plathville‘ have likely observed that Hosanna Plath, the second-oldest sibling in the family, is absent from the show. Lydia Plath, the 19-year-old standout from the series, recently shed light on her sister’s choice to avoid the limelight. Let’s dive into the details!

Welcome to Plathville: Why Hosanna Plath Isn’t on the Show

Lydia Plath took to her YouTube channel in March 2023 to address fans’ curiosity about Hosanna’s absence. According to Lydia, Hosanna and her husband, Timothy Noble, chose early on to keep their lives private.

“They wanted to live their lives privately, and I’m really proud of them for making that decision,” Lydia Plath said. “I think it was very healthy for the two of them to just build their marriage.”

Hosanna and Timothy’s Relationship with the Family

Just because Hosanna and Timothy don’t appear on the show doesn’t mean they’re estranged from the family. Lydia assured fans that they remain very close.

“We talk all the time. We see each other whenever our schedules allow, just not publicly,” she said.

Lydia Plath also emphasized that while it might seem like she never sees her sister, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Visiting Hosanna is one of those things not shown on the show or posted on social media.

Welcome to Plathville Season 5: What to Expect

As for the future of ‘Welcome to Plathville,’ Lydia Plath kept fans on their toes. When asked about a potential Season 5, she simply replied with a laugh, “Stay tuned. Stay tuned, folks.”

If the show does return for another season, we can expect to see more of the recent drama surrounding the Plath family. Season 4 saw the separation and subsequent divorce of Lydia’s parents, Barry and Kim Plath. Additionally, Kim faced legal troubles following a DUI arrest in October 2022.

Despite the turbulence, Lydia shared that her mom is doing well. “She sees the girls often,” Lydia said, referring to her younger sisters Amber, Cassia, and Mercy. “I get to see her now and then when our schedules allow … she is doing really good.”

Written by Emma Fisher

TV Writer.
Emma Fisher is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.

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