1000-Lb Sisters is due to return with its second season next year in January. The teaser for the same drops some truth bombs and a lot more! It reveals Amy Slaton is pregnant with her first child. But then she says, oops! She was not supposed to conceive so early after her weight loss surgery. But now that she is expecting her child, there are implications of complications lying ahead. Read on.
1000-Lb Sisters: Amy Slaton Is Expecting Her First Child
Amy Slaton successfully lost some weight in the past season. However, her sister Tammy is still struggling to lose some weight, or else the dire consequences await her. Amid this, Amy is ready to become a mom with her beau, Michael. The teaser shows her getting over the moon with this news. Amy states that she always wanted to be a mother and that this child would mean the world to her. However, a point worth noting is that she got pregnant just four months after her bariatric surgery, against her surgeon’s advice.
Amy Is Worried About Her Pregnancy, Anything Can Go Wrong
Not to mention, Amy is worried about her pregnancy. After all, her surgeon asked her to wait for two years before getting pregnant. Additionally, she is well aware of her body type and hence, is anxious about her first baby. Amy reveals that there are several unknowns with this pregnancy and that anything can go wrong. Even Tammy feels that this might be a fatal way. She says that this might kill her sister.
Tammy Is Struggling To Lose Weight
On a separate note, Tammy is grappling with shedding her excess weight. She shares that she did reach Dr. Procter’s goal for surgery. However, she went astray, and now, her brother has proposed to work together on her weight loss. So, she’s getting a good deal of support from her kith and kin. But her sister thinks otherwise. According to Amy, Tammy’s boyfriend would not motivate her enough to pull it through. She dislikes him and adds that her sister needs someone who’d push her to lose the weight.
1000-Lb. Sisters season 2 premieres Monday, January 4 on TLC at 10 pm ET/PT.