Brandon McMillan is going to get married to his wife, Jessica Nicole Morris, in September 2022.
McMillan often posts about his personal life on his social media. However, only surficial information is known about it.
When talking about the celebrity dog trainer’s love life, his relationship with his ex, Alanna Lynn Polcyn, pops up. This is mainly because he still has pictures with his ex on his social media, like Instagram.
But it has been over five years since the pair broke up since it is reported that they parted ways in 2017. Since then, McMillan has been with his to-be-wife, Morris.
Here is everything we know about the couple.
Brandon McMillan and his wife
It is unknown when McMillan and Morris started dating one another. However, it is likely that they got together after the celebrity dog trainer broke up with his ex.
The duo shares their love story on their respective Instagram. They often post pictures and videos of their dogs, vacation, or any activity they do together.
In the same fashion, the couple shared their engagement on Instagram. Through their social media, it is evident that McMillan and Morris love their furry babies.
So, it is no surprise that the reality TV star popped the question with the help of the dogs on November 21, 2021.
It seems like McMillan knelt on one knee in the backyard of their home. Morris sported an olive green jumpsuit, and the celebrity dog trainer wore jeans and a grey shirt.
Their three small puppies wore shirts that said “She,” “Said,” and “YES,” respectively. Their big dog also sported a similar shirt, but it is unclear what is written on it since Morris is hugging it while showing off her ring.
Since then, Morris has been posting various posts, sharing her excitement to be McMillan’s wife. The pair have not explicitly mentioned their wedding date.
However, on May 9, 2022, she mentioned in a post on Instagram how McMillan would be her husband in a matter of four months. This means that the pair will be tying the knot in September 2022.
Jessica Nicole Morris is a kidney donor
David Nicherie was in severe need of a healthy kidney donation after having kidney issues his entire life, undergoing surgery, and relying on dialysis for about six years.
He did everything, from reaching out to strangers through the National Kidney Registry to launching a website connecting donors with possible receivers. Many members of his family were tested to see if they might be a match.
But unfortunately, nobody was a match. As a result, he turned to Craigslist and listed an ad there, asking for someone to donate a kidney to him.
He finally found success thanks to an advertisement in the Bay Area Craigslist “volunteers” section. The person was none other than McMillan’s wife, Morris.
Morris told East Bay Times that she had been looking for a kidney recipient for almost three years. She was motivated to help others after seeing her father’s battle with cancer.
Morris contacted two additional possible receivers, but one was too far away to visit, and the other didn’t reply. Around January, she came across Nicherie’s advertisement since it had been posted on a Facebook page for potential kidney donors.
Morris stated that she wanted to get to know the individual who would be receiving her kidney. Nicherie was undergoing dialysis up to eight hours a day, three days a week, before meeting Morris.
He was depressed after receiving an autoimmune illness diagnosis in 2012, contributing to his decline. He was not sure that anyone would even reply to his Craigslist ad, let alone meeting him.
He received multiple types of answers — most of them were rude and prank. But Morris gave a different response.
He thought she sounded sincere and assured him that she was serious. Nicherie was taken aback by her reaction because she had inquired about his life and the struggles he was through.
They exchanged emails before signing up for UCSF’s organ donor exchange program. They met each other when Morris visited the hospital to do some testing.
The results showed that they were compatible with one another, and soon, the surgery was scheduled. After the surgery, Morris spent time with Nicherie and his family before being released from the hospital. The surgery happened in 2018, and in 2022, Morris celebrated the four-year anniversary on Instagram.