Who Is Rachel Jeffs Husband? What About Her Children? Untold Facts
Warren Jeff’s daughter Rachel Jeffs had to endure a lot in the past as the part of Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS). However, after quitting the cult, she has been living a beautiful life with her husband.
Moreover, Rachel is also a mother of beautiful children with her spouse. So, who is her husband? How many children does she have? Here, in this article, we are going to explore every aspect of her relationship and also talk about her wedding and her previous marriage.
Rachel Jeffs Married Her Second Husband Brandon Blackmore
Warren’s daughter Rachel is married for the second time to her spouse named Brandon Blackmore. They wed on September 23, 2017.
Their wedding was an intimate ceremony with only very close friends and family members attending the marriage. Further, Rachel’s children from her previous marital relationship also attended their parent’s marriage.
Following the event, Rachel took to Instagram to share the photo from her big day. As of 2023, Rachel and her hubby Brandon are married for over 5 years, and their relationship seems to be only getting better.
On September 23, 2022, Jeff shared a beautiful photo on the occasion of their fifth marriage anniversary. In the caption of the photo she wrote,
Happy Anniversary! So much good change in five years
We hope their relationship continues the same way forever.
Who Is Brandon Blackmore? How Did They Meet?
Well, Rachel’s now-husband Brandon was a former member of FLDS, who along with his parents had quit the cult years ago. They met after Rachel chose to stay in their home for a time after she along with her kids quit FLDS.
Rachel Jeff’s Husband Brandon Is The Brother of Warren’s Wives Millie and Annie
Yes, Rachel’s hubby Brandon is the brother of Millie Blackmore and Annie Mae Blackmore (both of them are Rachel’s father Warren’s wives). Besides them, her dad reportedly has had over 70 wives including Alyshia Rae Blackmore and Nolita Collen Blackmore. Both of them are the parts of polygamous Blackmore family in Canada.
His other wives are Naomi Jessop, who was believed to be his favorite wife. Her sister Merrianne Jessop also married him at the age of 12.
Jeffs Was Married As A Teenager
Prior to marrying Brandon, Rachel was married to a man named Richard Allred a member of FLDS, whose his father had assigned. They married in November 2002. At the time of their marriage, Rachel was 18 whereas her then-husband Rich was 25 years of age.
Interestingly, Richard was already married twice before marrying her. Well, just around a year after their marriage, Richard married for the fourth time to Susan.
During her relationship with Richard, Rachel had to endure a lot. In fact, on one occasion she was abandoned to leave alone for several months as a consequence of having sex when pregnant.
After going through a lot of abuse, she finally decided to quit the cult and moved along with her five children which she had with her first hubby.
Rachel Jeffs Children
Well, she is a mother of 10 children, however, not all of them are her biological kids. From her first marriage, she had 5 kids. Similarly, with her second husband Brandon, she welcomed 2 sons. The rest 3 of her kids are adopted as per her Instagram post she made in October 2022.
The couple welcomed their second child together in November 2022. All the kids and their parents are very well bonded. In fact, they are often seen together going out on vacations in several places.
Where Does Rachel Jeffs Live Now?
As of now, she along with her partner and kids live in their home in North Idaho. They are leading a beautiful life away from all the pain and suffering they lived with in the past.
Back on November 14, 2017, she even released her book Breaking Free: How I Escaped Polygamy, the FLDS Cult, and My Father, Warren Jeffs, which is a story of all she face around that time.
In the book, she also shed light on the truth about FLDS during & after her father’s conviction. Further dedicating to help those who are stuck in similar situations, Rachel even writes a blog where she once wrote,
Don’t let someone else choose your life. Don’t let anyone control you through fear because, when you finally wake up from that bad dream, life will be in fast-forward and you’ll be running to catch up. For those in abusive or controlling situations, find freedom. The strength to do so is inside of you. Be free to be happy and life will take you on your fast-forward journey