Gypsy Rose Blanchard celebrates the welcome home party with her husband, popping champagne and posing with family.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard was freed on Thursday following her eight-year prison sentence for her involvement in her mother Dee Dee Blanchard's murder.

The 32-year-old, who was released from prison earlier this week, is shown having a good time at a "welcome home" celebration with her family in new pictures that were uploaded to TikTok on Friday

Gypsy is seen in several carousel pictures alongside her father Rod Blanchard and his spouse Kristy. Gypsy's stepmother wore beige clothing to match hers. In a series of pictures, her stepsister Mia Blanchard was also seen smiling with her and sporting a white sweater.

A peek at some of the events was provided in a second TikTok video. In front of a spacious dining table, Gypsy uncorked a bottle of champagne while confetti showered down around her and her guests. By her side, her spouse Ryan was spotted unscrewing a bottle.

Gypsy posted her first image on Instagram since her release earlier in the day. She had her hand on her hip, her hair in a side ponytail, and she was sporting an ombre white and blue sweater when the photo was taken. Open luggage containing clothing and toiletries were seen in the picture.  

A number of commenters, among them Jennifer Turpin, who, along with her twelve siblings, escaped parental abuse in 2018, expressed support beneath the post. Fantastic! Looking fantastic!"😁✧️✧️✧️," Turpin penned.

Gypsy entered a guilty plea to the second-degree murder of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, and was sentenced to eight years in jail. 

She plotted with her then-boyfriend, Nicholas "Nick" Godejohn, who was found guilty of first-degree murder and given a life sentence.

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