My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Thore went out with Buddy Bell after closing. Because of the virus outbreak, people have become self-quarantined. But now many states in America have begun to ease restrictions. Looks like quarantine isn’t the only thing that’s ending. Looks like Whitney’s ending her Internet break, too. She’s back to show how she celebrated pride month.
My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Back from Social Media Break
Whitney Thore was struggling with the aftermath of ending her engagement to her now ex-fiancé Chase Severino. The My Big Fat Fabulous Life celeb had taken a break from social media. However, Whitney opened up to fans about the events that took place after the news that Chase got another woman pregnant. Whitney said she went to the hospital after having a severe panic attack. Whitney Thore was happy that her best friend Buddy Bell was there to support her.
The My Big Fat Fabulous Life reality star recently returned to the Internet. Whitney Thore said she had “just come back to life” and was back on the internet. In recent weeks, Whitney Thore hasn’t posted much on her profile. But she seems to be feeling well enough to start sharing her life with fans online again.
My Big Fat Fabulous Life: Whitney Thore Celebrates Pride with Buddy
In the last few months, Whitney Thore has spent most of her time indoors. Due to the global pandemic, an order to stay home has been put in place. However, she was not alone. After her visit to the hospital, Buddy Bell did not leave her alone. She told fans that Buddy had stayed with her ever since. And Whitney didn’t seem to mind having him around. She said she felt safe having him there.
The My Big Fat Fabulous Life cast member recently celebrated the pride month with Buddy Bell. Whitney Thore took a picture of herself, Buddy and her dog Neeshi online. In the photo, she was wearing a rainbow striped skirt. Whitney said she was “proud to be an ally” of the LGBTQ community. Although she said, “it was hard not to celebrate this year.” Because of the order to stay home. However, the state of North Carolina has begun to reopen in later stages.