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How much did you weigh when you got married and how much do you weigh now?

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lucyspangle Sun 12-Jun-11 19:50:50

8/10 when I married in 1992 and 8/12 now.Been slightly more been slightly less.

My DH on the other hand is 2 stone heavier.

Just curious

missorinoco Sun 12-Jun-11 19:52:26

8 stone in 2005, same now. Am decidedly wobblier though, think I have lost muscle over this time.

nethunsreject Sun 12-Jun-11 19:54:58

11st now and then. I'm 6ft tall btw!

Dh 13st bith times too.

pepperrabbit Sun 12-Jun-11 19:56:27

About 10st then and about 10st now,
DH was 18st+ then (2002) and is 14st now smile, but it's taken him 3 years to lose.

bibbitybobbityhat Sun 12-Jun-11 19:59:17

I got married in 1994 (17 years ago yesterday, infact) and I now weigh 2 stone more. I have aged from 31 years to 48 years, had two children and given up smoking four times within that period.

I hate myself for being so heavy (now size 16) but at the same time could easily weigh two or three stone more if I didn't keep an eye on what I eat and exercise fairly regularly.

exoticfruits Sun 12-Jun-11 19:59:44

9st 2lbs then and 9st 10lbs now.

howzaboutthat Sun 12-Jun-11 20:00:44

10 st 8 then and 12 stone 2 now.

IwanttobeShirleyValentine Sun 12-Jun-11 20:01:03

14 1/2 stone back in 2002 and 10 stone now.

cleverything Sun 12-Jun-11 20:02:23

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redllamayellowllama Sun 12-Jun-11 20:05:59

9st 4 then, 8st 10 now.

totallylost Sun 12-Jun-11 20:06:10

First time around in 1990 was about half a stone lighter than now, ex is about 3 stone heavier. Second time round 2009 about the same as now give or take a pound or two.

PedigreeChump Sun 12-Jun-11 20:07:52

I'm about a stone heavier... in just two years blush

miniwedge Sun 12-Jun-11 20:12:46

Have been with dp almost eight years, we get married next year.

Was 8 st 10lbs. Am now 9 st 6lbs. I exercise loads and am the same dress size (10) but far more toned now.

Dp was around 11 st and is now closer to 14/15. I worry about him.

MissMarjoribanks Sun 12-Jun-11 20:13:20

8st then. 9st 7 now. I'm at my normal weight now, i lost loads through stress before my wedding and had to have my dress taken in 3 times.

bigTillyMint Sun 12-Jun-11 20:13:30

About the same, as we got married 9months after DD was born. I have never got back to my pre-pregnancy weight - about half to a stone less than I am now, nearly 12 years on blush

miniwedge Sun 12-Jun-11 20:13:30

I am redlama backwards grin

MissMarjoribanks Sun 12-Jun-11 20:14:44

Wedding was 5 years ago and it took me about a year to put it all back on.

PaperView Sun 12-Jun-11 20:14:57

Married in 2008 and was 9st 3, currently 8st 10 but i did get right down to 7st 2 inbetween. (and by do i miss that!)

DH looks heavier but never weighs himself so don't know numbers.

Bandwitch Sun 12-Jun-11 20:15:14

Well, I am not married! but I think I was 8 stone 10 on my 30th bd and I'm 9 stone now. 11 years and two kids later. Not too bad me thinks. Not berating myself.

Although, my boobs were MUCH bigger, so the rest of me is probably bigger. The four pounds is misleading. I am probably two inches thicker around the waist. sad

cybbo Sun 12-Jun-11 20:15:45

I was 10 st 7 I think

Am now 11 stone 4

Wore a 14 bottom then, wearing one now

<slaps arse, sashays off>

GwendolineMaryLacey Sun 12-Jun-11 20:16:10

Married in 2000, was 12 stone and had dieted for ages to get to that so thought I was sylph like...I now weigh much more than that <sob>

DrGruntFotter Sun 12-Jun-11 20:17:25

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itstheclimb39 Sun 12-Jun-11 20:19:32

9 12 when married 13 years ago, now after 3 dd & dh fighting cancer am 11 9 sad, dh much less than he was due to cancer sad

Fleecy Sun 12-Jun-11 20:19:44

Married in 2003, I was just under 9st but not sure exactly (never really weighed myself!).

Am now 23wks pregnant with DC3 so rather heavier than usual but normal non-pregnancy weight is around 10st. Was a rake, now have shape smile Am 5ft8.

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