In the meanwhile, Gypsy Rose Blanchard is continuing to rejoice with her loved ones over her independence.

On Saturday, the 32-year-old woman released another snapshot on Instagram that showed her smiling beside her stepsister, Mia Blanchard. This photograph was taken after she had posted her first “freedom” selfie on Thursday, after her release from jail.

With the message “Sister Love đź’•,” Gypsy accompanied the photograph.

At a homecoming reception that was hosted for Gypsy after she had spent eight years of her ten-year jail term, the two sisters were seen standing next to each other in the photograph.

In addition to the white balloons that lined the wall on both sides, the wall behind the two sisters was decked with gold balloons that were strung together to form the word “welcome home.”

Earlier on the same day, Gypsy posted a joyful mirror selfie on her Instagram account. The photo showed her striking a pose in a bedroom as open containers containing clothing were placed on the floor behind her.

“First selfie of freedom!” she captioned the picture of herself smiling, which showed her wearing a sweater with cut-out details on the sleeves that was white and gray in color.

Following the release of the photograph, other videos were uploaded to TikTok that showed Gypsy attending the party with her family and friends.

Other shots that were published in the TikTok post were Gypsy beside her father, Rod Blanchard, and his wife, Kristy. These images were included in addition to photographs of the entertaining balloon performance. A collection of photographs also had Mia as a subject.

A subsequent video uploaded to TikTok showed yet another carousel of photographs from the party, this time with Gypsy smiling among a variety of her pals.

Gypsy Blanchard was released from jail this week after entering a guilty plea in 2016 to the charge of second-degree murder for the death of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard. Her partner at the time, Nicholas “Nick” Godejohn, was found guilty of first-degree murder and received a sentence of life in prison as a result of his conviction. While Godejohn was the one who carried out the murder of Dee Dee, Gypsy remained hidden in the toilet of her residence. The two conspired together to kill Dee Dee.

During the trial of Gypsy, it was alleged that she had been a victim of Munchausen syndrome via proxy, and that Dee Dee had exposed her daughter to medical care that was not required. This was done in order to convince many others, including Dee Dee’s daughter, that Gypsy had suffered from a variety of ailments while she was a student.

A confirmation that Gypsy was granted parole was made in September, and more recently, in an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, which was conducted in advance of her release, as well as the new documentary series The Prison Confessions of Gypsy that is being produced by Lifetime. In the episode that aired on January 5th, Rose Blanchard reflected on the past and shared what she would alter about it.

“If I had another chance to redo everything, I don’t know if I would go back to when I was a child and tell my aunts and uncles that I’m not sick and mommy makes me sick, or, if I would travel back to just the point of that conversation with Nick and tell him, ‘You know what, I’m going to go tell the police everything,'” was what she said. “I kind of struggle with that.”

Gypsy said, “No one will ever hear me say that I am proud of what I did or that I am glad that she is no longer alive.” “I feel regret for it each and every day.”

By Anna

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