Gypsy Rose Blanchard shares message of ‘hope’ while showing off her plastic surgery transformation

Gypsy Rose Blanchard got candid about “hope” after surviving her tumultuous childhood as she flaunted her recent transformation.

The ex-con took to TikTok Tuesday to reflect on her younger years as a victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSP) at the hands of her mother, DeeDee Blanchard, whom she pleaded guilty to murdering in 2016.

She shared a then-and-now snap from when she was believed to be wheelchair-bound as she posed with her stuffed animals outside Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., at the age of 18 in 2009.

The ex-con posted a then-and-now photo on TikTok, showing herself as an 18-year-old and 32-year-old. TikTok/gypsyblanchard.tiktok
The photo of Gypsy as a kid showed her as a wheelchair-bound teenager outside a children’s hospital. MerlinProduction

The 32-year-old also shared a modern-day photo of herself lounging on a bed as she flaunted her new plastic surgery transformation.

“Stay positive, there is always hope,” she captioned the collage.

Gypsy spent most of her life believing she was sick as her mom struggled with MSP — a psychological disorder in which a caregiver, often a mother, seeks medical care for made-up symptoms of a child, per WebMD.

The modern-day snap showed her lounging on the bed after her recent nose job healed. Instagram/@gypsyrose_a_blanchard
“Stay positive, there is always hope,” she captioned the snap. Instagram/@gypsyrose_a_blanchard

The convicted murderer didn’t learn she wasn’t terminally ill until she turned 19 years old. She also didn’t know the extent of her condition until she was arrested in June 2015 at the age of 24, according to News Nation.

After being forced to take unnecessary medications and eating out of a feeding tube, she took matters into her own hands and created a plan to kill Dee Dee with the help of her ex-boyfriend, Nicholas Godejohn.

Gypsy was released from prison in December 2023 after serving her nearly 10-year sentence while Godejohn serves a life sentence.

Throughout her childhood, Gypsy was abused by her mom, Dee Dee Blanchard, who suffered from Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSP). Courtesy of HBO
The convicted murderer spent nearly 10 years in prison for plotting to kill her mom but was released in December 2023. Instagram

While embracing her new-found freedom, the “Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard” star admitted murdering her mom was the only way she could be free.

Gypsy has openly struggled with her mental health following her release but is working on “a personal transformation journey,” including a “physical one.”

In April, the prisoner-turned-influencer underwent a major change as she got a nose job and replaced her silver teeth with porcelain caps. She also dyed her hair blond.

She has since undergone several changes in her life, including going under the knife for a nose job.
Gypsy is also splitting from her husband, Ryan Scott Anderson. gypsyroseblanchard/Facebook

Aside from switching up her looks, Gypsy also changed her love life as she is divorcing her estranged husband, Ryan Scott Anderson, following their jailhouse wedding in July 2022.

She has swiftly moved on with ex-fiancé, Ken Urker, to whom she was engaged from 2018 to 2020.

Shortly after rekindling their romance, they got matching tattoos and haven’t shied away from packing on the PDA.

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