Farrah Abraham is welcoming a brand new member to her household.
The Teen Mother OG star, 26, celebrated her mom Debra Danielsen’s marriage to her new stepfather, Dr. David Merz — he appeared in final season’s Teen Mother OG — over the weekend and posted images from the marriage to Instagram.
“That is going within the household books! Congrats! To my mother & step dad ?✨? #tiedtheknot #married#wedding ceremony,” Abraham captioned a sequence of photographs shared Monday from Danielsen’s special occasion.
Danielsen appeared radiant in a white wedding ceremony costume at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Nebraska the place the festivities occurred on Sunday. Abraham served as her mom’s honorary matron of honor.
That is going within the household books! Congrats! To my mother & step dad ?✨? #tiedtheknot #married #wedding ceremony
Whereas Danielsen and Abraham have lengthy had a contentious relationship, which has been captured on the MTV present, it appears they each put aside their variations for the household celebration.
The truth star appeared excited concerning the nuptials, sharing images of wedding ceremony particulars, together with the marriage invites, in addition to favors for attendees that learn, “You Name It Insanity. We Name It Household.”
Danielsen additionally shared a snapshot of her hairdo previous to the ceremony: “Fantasy Wedding ceremony hair ! Mermaid hair for my Mermaid Wedding ceremony robe immediately. #weddinginspiration #household #weddinghair #magnificence @mtv @teenmom @ddanielsen1.”
Fantasy Wedding ceremony hair ! Mermaid hair for my Mermaid Wedding ceremony robe immediately. #weddinginspiration #household #weddinghair #magnificence @mtv @teenmom @ddanielsen1
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The marriage comes after Abraham went on social media rants final week regarding her job on the truth present, and calling out MTV’s guardian firm, Viacom, for allegedly “taking benefit” of her after she believed she had been fired. Abraham later confirmed that she had not been let go.
Viacom and MTV didn’t instantly return PEOPLE’s request for remark.