“Say Yes to the Dress” gives us the equivalent of a “Where Are They Now?” episode this Friday night June 17 at 9 p.m. on TLC with “Since I Said Yes”. Brides who bought their dresses at Kleinfeld Bridals are giving us updates on their lives after the wedding dress was put away.
Speaking of that, don’t you wonder where the gowns are hanging now? How many ladies have them packed somewhere to be taken out periodically and looked at, perhaps on anniversaries? In the video preview clip posted below, there’s nothing about the dress, but there’s plenty of great home video.
That would be of Ginger Zee meteorologist on “Good Morning America” and hubby Ben. What a life, when you are able to use video to announce to your husband that you are pregnant, while you are scuba diving in Palau on a work assignment. Then there’s the down side to that, when Ginger’s bad days during her first trimester were spent in Vietnam, also on assignment.
But it wouldn’t be “Say Yes to the Dress” without some teary-eyed stories and those come via Boston bombing survivor Rebekah Gregory. If you recall, Rebekah married a fellow survivor Pete DiMartino and their in-tandem recovery captured the hearts of millions. When they got married it was presumed to be a dream come true.
In fact, according to Gregory, it was a nightmare. After receiving an anonymous letter about alleged infidelity on Pete’s part, the couple split after only ten months of marriage. All’s well that end’s well, as the saying goes and for Rebekah, her happy ending occurred this year when she married a college sweetheart named Chris Varney.
TLC airs “Say Yes to the Dress” episode “Since They Said Yes”, Friday night June 17 at 9 p.m. ET/PT Image/video credit: TLC, used with permission