Mike ‘Sugar Bear’ Thompson Re-Proposed to His Wife, Jennifer, and the Ring Is Gorgeous!
Is the third time the charm when trip No. 3 down the aisle is with your first wife? Former Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star Mike “Sugar Bear” Thompson is about to find out, because he just re-proposed to his wife, Jennifer Lamb. The star asked his spouse to marry him again on Saturday, June 15 — and this time he wants to do it up right. Fans saw the couple tie the knot on Mama June: From Not to Hot, but they’re ready for round two.
“Well @realsugarbear asked me to marry him again ,♥️ this time with friends and family, 💍” Jennifer, 45, shared on Instagram, showing off a photo of her ring. The two first tied the knot back in 2017, and though it was Sugar Bear’s second wedding, it was his first marriage. He and Mama June Shannon may have had their ceremony where they shared vows in hunting gear and a poofy pink dress, but it turns out they never made things official with legal paperwork.
With Jennifer, Sugar Bear decided to actually go the distance — and now he’s doing it for the second time. The couple’s relationship has been featured as part of his ex’s reality show, and putting the two women in the same room has stirred up all kinds of trouble. When June and Jennifer were forced to share a room at fat camp, things got awkward fast. But it’s clear that Sugar Bear and his new wife aren’t going to let tensions with his ex get to them.
On the show, they’ve been showing fans just how strong their relationship is. When his wife was recovering from surgery and feeling low, the reality star dad even donned some of her old clothes to put on an impromptu fashion show, twerking included, just to cheer her up. He’s also always showing love for her on Instagram, writing captions like, “How beautiful does @jenniferlambthompson look?! #lookinlikeasnack,” and “I love my @jenniferlambthompson. ❤️❤️❤️❤️” It’s clear these two are the real deal — and we can’t see them walk down the aisle once again.
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