When did Barry and Kim Plath get married?

HUSBAND and wife duo, Barry and Kim Plath, became popular to audiences for their family's adventures captured for TV.

On Welcome to Plathville, Barry and Kim often steal the show due to their marriage becoming front and center of the Plath family's storylines.

When did Barry and Kim Plath get married?

On November 5, 2019, Welcome to Plathville premiered on the TLC network.

At the point of the series debut, Barry and Kim Plath had already been married for over two decades, which led viewers to speculate on when they got married.

On the Plath family's now-archived official website, Kim gave an insight into her and Barry's union.

The television matriarch said: "In the Spring of ’97, on the exact same day, before either of us ever talked about it or showed any interest in the other, God revealed to Barry and I that we were going to marry."

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Kim also revealed that she and Barry tied the knot sometime in July 1997.

She further shared: "Our marriage has been a continual process of growth, refinement, challenge, heartache, and joy."

"Throughout we have sought God on major life decisions, as well as the minor day-to-day choices."

"We are thrilled with the doors the Lord has opened for us and look forward to what the future holds."

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Why do fans think Barry and Kim separated?

During an episode from the fourth season of Welcome to Plathville, Barry and Kim revealed they were spending time apart from one another.

While discussing her and Barry's union, Kim disclosed: "Barry and I have decided to live separately for a while."

"The easiest way to do that right now is whenever one of our rental properties is vacant, I pack a bag and I go and I stay there."

The Plath family matriarch added: "I never thought it would be like this."

"It's just a time of a lot of change right now, and I'm not sure exactly what that's going to look like."

"Barry tried for a little bit, but at some point, I felt like he's not really trying."

Kim gave more details and said: "As soon as he thought maybe it was working, he stopped trying."

"Once I realized that I feel like emotionally, I was just done. I just feel like there's no way it's going to work."

"It's like he wants me to stay but I don't know that he wants to really change."

The TV personality further stated: "I don't see any way that that emotional intimacy can really be reconnected."

In the previous episode, Barry gave his side of the story regarding his and Kim's marriage.

The Plath family patriarch revealed: "Looking back on my relationship, I think I just missed lots of opportunities to show Kim I love her."

"Like taking time to go out on a date, that was a concept that I couldn't put action to."

Barry also said: " In my mind, I'm like I want to make this work, so I'm like, 'Life is full of mistakes, and let's see what we can do second chance-wise.'"

"There's an emptiness. A shift has occurred. Her presence is absence."

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The father of nine added: "I sometimes feel like I'm in a marriage Twilight Zone. In some respects, I'm like feeling left behind."

"I've always thought marriage would be 'til I die, but in reality, it looks like it could end soon."

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