WELCOME to Plathville is currently in their third season on TLC.
While the show follows the lives of the Plath family, there is one child that fans never get to see and that’s Barry and Kim’s oldest daughter, Hosanna.
Who is Hosanna Plath?
Hosanna, 20, is one of Kim and Barry Plath’s daughters.
She was one of the first Plath siblings to leave the home after she met her husband, Timothy Noble, and moved away after tying the knot.
Hosanna currently works as a musician and plays the violin alongside her husband who is a pianist.
The couple make a career off of performing shows and has played in multiple states, including Ohio, Missouri, Michigan and Indiana.
Hosanna has been releasing CD’s since 2013 and according to the couple’s website, they have released 20 of them along with one DVD.
Not much additional information is available on Hosanna.
Why is Hosanna not on Welcome to Plathville?
The reason why Hosanna is not featured on the show is very simple, she just does not live anywhere near the family anymore.
While the Plath family is based in Georgia, it was revealed on the very first episode of the show that Hosanna resides in Ohio with her husband, Timothy.
Instead of moving back to Georgia to be featured on the show, Hosanna and her husband decided to stay where they are as it was later revealed that they also did not want to take part in the show, despite its success.
“She didn’t want to be on the show, and we were kind of all just, like, yeah, I mean, it’s her life” Hosanna’s sister Moriah said to Us Weekly back in August 2021.
“Sometimes we keep in touch to some extent, but it’s also, like, she’s across the country and, you know, it would just be a hassle and she doesn’t want to be on the show.”
How did Hosanna and her husband Timothy meet?
The happy couple met back in 2016 at the National Quartet Convention in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
At the time, both were traveling with their family bands.
After meeting, the young couple quickly fell in love and tied the knot three years later in 2019.
Today, they are known as the “singing pianist and violinist duo.”