Polyamorous couple open up about ups and downs of life in a throuple

Polyamorous couple who asked their girlfriend to serve as their BRIDESMAID open up about the ups and downs of life in a throuple – from dealing with jealousy over sex to handling outrage from family

  • Angel Baily, 26, from Memphis, Tennessee,  has revealed she’s sharing her husband with her bridesmaid after the three entered into a throuple 
  • The throuple consists of Angel, Tyler Hays, 29, and Sam Vick, 23, who all live together and are hoping to one day have a three-way marriage
  • Angel and Tyler began dating in 2018 after swiping right on Tinder and invited Sam to join their relationship three years later
  • The trio has opened up about their relationship – including everything from navigating their sex life to disapproving families 
  • Despite receiving hate comments from people who say their relationship won’t last, the trio said they were ‘lucky’ to find each other and are happier than ever  

A woman has revealed that she is sharing her husband with her college friend – who also served as their bridesmaid – after they all fell in love and began dating, one year before the two even married.

Angel Bailey, 26, tied the knot with Tyler Hayes, 29, in May of 2022 and her best friend, Sam Vicks, 23 was at her side, but she’s more than just a bridesmaid.

Angel and Tyler began dating in 2018 after swiping right on Tinder, and invited they Sam to join their relationship just three years later.

In 2021, Tyler proposed to Angel and the two asked Sam to move in with them and officially become their girlfriend.  

Now, Tyler and Angel have opened up about the struggles of being in a throuple – including everything from navigating their sex life to dealing with disapproving family members and receiving hate comments. 

And despite the online backlash, Angel insists her life is better than ever and said during a recent Truly YouTube video: ‘Most people are lucky if they find one person to love, but we’re lucky enough to have found two.’  

Angel Baily, 26, from Memphis, Tennessee, has revealed she’s sharing her husband with her bridesmaid after the three entered a throuple

The throuple consists of Angel (shown right), Tyler Hays (center), 29, and Sam Vick (shown left), 23, who all live together and are hoping to one day have a three-way marriage

Angel and Tyler began dating in 2018 after swiping right on Tinder and invited Sam to join their relationship three years later

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Angel and Sam shared a one-off kiss in college but reignited their spark at a music festival, and the friends ended up having a threesome with Tyler that same night.

‘All three of us went to the festival and just with the music and maybe a little bit of alcohol involved Sam and I just started kissing,’ Angel explained about the night they reignited their college romance.

‘And then Tyler was like: ”Well, that’s pretty cool.” It just kind of developed from there.’  

Although the trio originally thought it was a one night fling, they eventually all caught feelings for one another and decided to become a throuple – beginning a romantic relationship between the three. 

And while the throuple is now happier than ever, things haven’t always been easy. 

Angel, Tyler and Sam tried to making their polyamorous relationship work on two separate occasions after their first threesome but weren’t able to make it last any longer than two weeks. 

However, the trio couldn’t let each other go, so they rekindled their relationship in 2021 and Sam even moved in with the husband and wife. 

At the beginning of their relationship, Angel said: ‘We were scared to open up to each other, it’s intimidating to add a whole other person into your life that you can depend upon. 

‘I was being selfish but have worked through my jealousy. Now they go on dates, we go on dates, and all three of us go on dates.’  

The trio also had to set a plan for their sex life. In the bedroom, Angel, Tyler and Sam share one bed but don’t often all have sex together.

Instead, two of them take the bedroom while the other ‘watches TV, cooks or cleans.’ 

Aside from figuring out how to balance dating multiple people at one time, Tyler, Angel and Sam had to navigate how to tell their family about their polyamorous relationship. 

Sam and Angel’s family found out through the throuple’s TikTok channel and were accepting of it right away, however, Tyler’s family didn’t have the same response. 

A week before Tyler and Angel’s wedding, Tyler’s cousin, who was set to be a groomsman at their wedding, found out about his polyamorous relationship and decided to drop out of the wedding. 

The trio has opened up about their relationship – including everything from navigating their sex life to disapproving families

In the bedroom, Angel, Tyler and Sam share one bed but don’t often all have sex together,  instead, two of them take the bedroom while the other ‘watches TV, cooks or cleans’

Despite receiving hate comments from people who say their relationship won’t last, the trio said they were ‘lucky’ to find each other and are happier than ever

Tyler’s aunt then pulled out her daughter from their wedding – who was set to be their flower girl. 

Luckily, Tyler’s mom and dad are both extremely supportive of his relationship, but Tyler noted that he ‘doesn’t talk’ to any of his extended family anymore after they expressed their disapproval of his ‘lifestyle.’ 

As far as hate comments go, the throuple has received plenty of negative responses from people questioning their relationship, adding that the backlash is a ‘daily thing.’ 

The trio noted they have been called ‘sinners’ and been asked if they’re from ‘Alabama.’ 

They also often hear people tell them their relationship will ‘never last’ and ask them who their ‘favorite’ within the throuple is.

Despite the hate comments and disapproval from Tyler’s family members, the trio is doing better than ever and is even hoping to soon add Sam to their marriage. 

Tyler noted that his next step was to ‘propose to Sam in the next couple years.’ 

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