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A woman who fell in love with a zombie doll as a teenager and later married it now has a family that includes a brood of similar corpse-like dolls.

Felicity Kadlec, 23, from Massachusetts in the US tied the knot with ‘Kelly Rossi’ in 2018 in her grandfather’s yard and said her world was ‘complete’ following the $500-ceremony that was attended by four family friends and eight other dolls.

Since then Felicity’s brood has expanded to six young children – all zombie dolls, aged between three and ten – as well as dating a six-foot-tall alien doll called Robert that she bought online when she was 17.

But after being kicked out of a family member’s home last year, Felicity was forced to stay in a homeless centre and kept her treasured dolls locked away in a storage shelter, reports the Sun.

Felicity revealed in a YouTube post in August, though, that the happy family have now all moved into a single-bedroom apartment.

She is also busy planning birthday celebrations for Robert, who she said soon turns 25, while her “soulmate” Kelly is 40 this year.

Felicity shares her bed with the both of them but is a “full-blown lesbian ” and does not have sexual relations with Robert.

However, she and her doll wife often express physical love towards each other, with Kelly being modified in 2020 to give her breasts and a less zombie-like appearance.

While she and dolls were separated, Felicity dated a human boyfriend but they split up after she admitted doing “something stupid” unrelated to dolls.

She said: “But before we even had our break up, the human man and me, I wanted Kelly back.”

Felicity has been trolled online over her lifestyle with various insults and some people calling her a “paedophile” and others telling her to “kill herself”.

She said that: “It made me feel suicidal and that my life wasn’t worth living or valuable in any way.

“There’s a lot of people out there that are accepted for things they do: some people get dressed up as animals – furries – for some reason and you know, some adults even dress up as babies. So why me?”

When horror-film-obsessed Felicity was 13, her late father bought her Kelly after her mother died – but it wasn’t until she was 16 when she fell in love with the doll.

She said: “What I liked about her is that she represented to me a kind of Peter Pan Syndrome.”

Felicity added that her dolls provide her with stability and believes they are imbued with type of spirit.