Barbara Thore Passes Away: Barbara Thore, the mother of “Babs” from My Big Fat Fabulous Life, reportedly died at 76. According to an Instagram post by Barbara’s daughter Whitney, she passed away on December 8 from cerebral amyloid angiopathy, which can cause brain hemorrhaging.
Whitney shared a memorial video she created honoring Barbara Thore’s life and commented, “My mother passed away last night just as the credits ran on her favorite movie. Hunter, my father, and I held her together as she went away.
About forty years ago, at precisely 10:32 p.m., she gave birth to me. She says that proteins in the brain’s blood arteries cause cerebral amyloid angiopathy, a degenerative disease that worsens over time. Dementia, convulsions, and even brain hemorrhaging (like my mother) are all possible outcomes (hemorrhagic strokes).
According to Whitney, Barbara Thore’s family knew that when she had her first stroke in 2017, other strokes were “ultimately unavoidable.” The “biggest gift” to her family, she added, is that her mother was “loved, recognized, and valued.”
The fact that you’re here suggests that you’ve experienced firsthand her ability to put people at ease and make them feel cared for through her stunning good looks, endearing southern demeanor, hilarious observations, and impeccable timing.
The TV host thanked viewers of My Big Fat Fabulous Life for “loving our mother” and said that Barbara’s television career gave her “such a feeling of purpose and excitement and something to look forward to every time the crew came around.”
Unexpectedly, the year we spent readjusting to life after her second stroke was the happiest of our lives,” she said. During the past twelve months, we have had more fun than ever before. Your encouragement and gratitude moved her. Likewise, now we can see people searching for Barbara Thore Passes Away.
I love you, Mummy, was the final line in Whitney Thore’s message to her mother. The tenth season of My Big Fat Fabulous Life premiered in August on TLC, and it showed the Thore family adjusting to life after Barbara Thore’s stroke.
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The episode follows the Thore family as they await whether Barbara Thore will be admitted to a stroke rehabilitation facility. Whitney Thore told the cameras, “They’re letting her enjoy the rest of her life,” after receiving clearance to leave the hospital and begin rehabilitation.
Honestly, I feel like I’m dreaming. It just doesn’t seem natural to me. Incredibly, we have traveled quite a distance on this roller coaster of feelings. Glenn Thore, Whitney’s father, and Hunter Thore, Barbara’s husband, are the ones that stayed behind. If you believe this is interesting, please discuss it with the other people you know. Visit techyember.com for the most recent news and updates regarding famous people.