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'OutDaughtered' Couple Adam and Danielle Busby's Sweet Love Story — From Target to Big Family

Rebelander Basilan
Jun 15, 2020
12:20 P.M.
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Adam and Danielle Busby fell in love at Target, where they worked alongside each other. Theirs is a sweet love story.


They had been working together for a few months before Adam mustered the courage to talk to her. "Hey, beautiful" were the first words she said to her, Danielle revealed in their blog, "It's a Buzz World."

Adam and Danielle are now a famous couple, thanks to the TLC reality show "OutDaughtered." The show follows the life of the couple and their all-female quintuplets and another daughter.

Adam, Danielle, and Blayke Busby taking a selfie at a school. | Photo: YouTube/It's a Buzz World

Adam, Danielle, and Blayke Busby taking a selfie at a school. | Photo: YouTube/It's a Buzz World



Adam and Danielle first laid eyes on each other in 2003. Danielle, who was born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana, recalled with humor their first meeting.

"Adam and I feel in love the second our carts collided in the Oreo isle. Doesn't that sound awesome!! Target, Oreos and falling in love, what a fairy tail in my eyes," she wrote.

But Danielle said their love story really started when a few months later, Adam finally had the courage to talk to her. After weeks of eating lunch together, he asked her out.



Seventeen years later, the couple are now parents to six daughters. Having America's first set of all-female quintuplets plus an older sister, the joys and struggles of their family life fascinate the public.

Target holds a special place in the couple's hearts. When they transformed their backyard into a staycation paradise, they made sure to buy their supplies from the store, according to Target's website.

They exchanged vows in their hometown, Lake Charles, Louisiana.



Adam and Danielle tied the knot in July 2006, as reported by Romper. They exchanged vows in their hometown, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

It was a memorable wedding not only because they finally said their "I do's." On the day of their wedding, Hurricane Rita hit.

Plans quickly changed, including finding a different venue. The ceremony finally happened in a tiny chapel, crowded with friends and family.


Fast forward to April 8, 2015, the couple welcomed their all-female quintuplets Olivia, Ava, Hazel, Parker, and Riley, as reported by The List. Before the birth of the quintuplets, Adam and Danielle already has a daughter, Blayke Louise.

The quintuplets were born via C-section. Only two of the quintuplets are identical – Ava and Olivia, as reported by TVOM.

When news of this extraordinary births broke out, a sense of awe swept the world. Their big family later became stars of their own reality show on TLC. The public quickly became invested in their story.

Danielle has been updating their fans about the family's situation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, she shared a photo of her daughters enjoying an outdoor gathering.

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