Brandi Passante's Long Planned Wedding Day Took Place With To-Be-Husband? Or Did They Split?

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Brandi Passante's Long Planned Wedding Day Took Place With To-Be-Husband? Or Did They Split?

Quick Fact Check

  • Date of Birth 1980-05-16
  • Age 39 Years 2 Month(s)
  • Nationality American
  • Profession Television Personality
  • Birth Name Brandi Leigh Passante
  • Zodiac Sign Taurus
  • Ethnicity/Race North American
  • Son/s Camren Schulz
  • Daughter/s Payton Schulz
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Husband/Spouse Jarrod Schulz
  • Divorce/Split Not Yet
  • Dating/Affair No
  • Net Worth $2 Million (Estimated)
  • Height/ How Tall? 5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)
  • Weight 78 Kg
  • Feet (Shoe) Size 8 (US)
  • Hair Long
  • Hair Color Blonde
  • Eye Color Black
  • Body Measurements 41-27-39 inches
  • Lesbian No

When you plan a marriage for a long run and have all things going right, the only remaining thing you need is to tie the knot finally.

The same can be said about "Storage Wars" star Brandi Passante, who got proposed by her partner in front of her kids, and all plans were made about their holy marriage. But did they get married though? That is the main thing that people are wondering. So let us find out exactly what happened.

All The Plans Were Set: Led To Implementation? Got Married? Or They Split?

Almost everyone who adores Brandi Passante knows that she has been in a long run relationship (15 years and counting) with her partner and co-star from "Storage Wars" Jarrod Schulz.

The two are also the stars of their own A&E show "Brandi and Jarrod: Married to the Job" and during the show, Jarrod proposed Brandi to get married on the very first episode of the first season.

Caption: Jarrod Proposes to Brandi: Brandi and Jarrod: Married to the Job S1E01.

In the video, he uses his dogs and their kids Camren Schulz and Payton Schulz to forward the message to Brandi and asks her to marry him. He dresses the dog in a tuxedo and uses the dog tag around his neck to ask her to marry him, which is both adorable and unique.

After Brandi read the dog tag that said "Let's Do it," "You Earn This," "You Could Do Worse," "Please Say Yes,"  Jarrod then presented the ring. Brandi said YES, and they started planning for their nuptials. During Season 1's 7th episode, they went out to shop for their marriage dress.

Caption: Wedding Dress Shopping: Brandi and Jarrod: Married to the Job: S1E07.

Not only that, but Brandi also pictured the perfect wedding during the very episode and when she did that, she revealed she wanted to have her whole family there. She wanted to have flowers, a typical traditional wedding where she also wanted a barn and not to forget, a lot of BOOZE!

Caption: Brandi Pictured Her Perfect Wedding: Brandi and Jarrod: Married To The Job S1E07.

Looking at all of these, it can be assumed that the wedding was very near for them back in those days, but it is 2017 now, but the question still remains alive; Are they married and share a husband-wife relationship now? Or have the split already?

Well, the two have not shared anything about their marriage online, but the internet does term them married. Let's wait and watch if the pair reveals anything about their marriage and kills the suspense shortly.

A Short Wiki-Like Bio of Brandi Passante.

Born on May 16, 1980, in Harris County, Texas, United States, Brandi Passante is an American TV personality who is best known as one of the stars of "Storage Wars" alongside her partner in life Jarrod Schulz and Dave Hester.

Brandi Passante & Schulz Run the Now & Then Thrift Store located in Orange, California. The store offers a handful of rare and hard-to-find items. The success of her professional life, where she is a reality show star and a successful storekeeper has helped her finances a lot, and that is why she has a net worth of $2 million.

Also, did you know, she once sued a porn distributor for claiming that she was featured in the video?

She and the "Storage Wars" once took legal action against Hunter Moore, the creator of the website "" after receiving messages that Passante had supposedly been featured on his Tumblr website.

After further investigation, she discovered that someone else had been fabricating a porn video where she was being portrayed. Brandi Passante received $750 for the case in the end.

Stay with us for more updates on Brandi Passante!