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800-pound Bride Susanne Eman Fitted For Largest Wedding Dress

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Most brides start a crucial diet and exercise routine before their wedding day, wanting to look their best for their husband and their guests, but bride-to-be Susanne Eman has other worries on her mind.

The 800-lb. woman is not concerned about how much weight she needs to lose before her special day, but excited about how much she can gain, The Huffington Post reports.


Eman has set herself a life goal — she wants to become the fattest woman in the world. The woman who currently holds the title is Rosalie Bradford, who weighed 1,200 pounds, but died in 2006.

Eman is already on her way to “success” by breaking records by being fitted for the largest wedding gown.

When talking to Inside Edition, Eman explained that she is most concerned with the color of her dress.

“I like an off-whitish, not completely white,” she said. “Because if I wear completely white, I guarantee I’m going to spill something on it,” she said.

A little spill here or there could happen to any bride, but making a mess out of your wedding dress is a lot easier when you’re 800 pounds. On average, Eman eats 30,000 calories a day.

So who’s the lucky guy marrying Eman? His name is Parker Clack and he’s a 35-year-old chef she met online.

“Oh, he’s wonderful. He loves to cook,” she told Inside Edition. “That helps out. His food is soooo good.”

Judy Goff will be making Eman’s dress and explained to Inside Edition she’s going to need a lot of fabric.

“Okay, we have about 15 feet here and we need 45 feet, so about three times this amount to complete her dress.”

Eman’s gown is going to have to fit her 107-and-a-half inch waistline, which is nine feet around.

“I want to go sleeveless because it’s going to be summer time,” said Eman.

She’ll be helping Goff save fabric there.

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