Bridezilla is SLAMMED after accusing her own sister of getting pregnant to ‘deliberately take attention away from her wedding’ – and threatening to ‘kick her out’ of her role as maid of honor
- An anonymous bride accused her sister of getting pregnant to ruin her wedding
- The woman questioned if she was ‘dramatic’ in a since-deleted Facebook post
- Social media users have slammed the bride-to-be and branded her ‘selfish’
A bride has been branded extremely ‘selfish’ after she accused her sister of getting pregnant in order to ‘take the attention’ away from her on her wedding day.
The unnamed woman took to Facebook to question in a since-deleted post if she was being ‘dramatic’ for refusing to change her wedding date after discovering that her sister – who is also her maid of honor – was expecting.
The post was shared on Reddit under a thread titled, Wedding Shaming, where users on the social media platform judge brides, guests, and members of wedding parties.
The bridezilla sparked furious outrage as she accused her sister of getting pregnant to ruin her wedding day, with her mom and fiancée pushing her to postpone the ceremony.
A bride has been branded extremely ‘selfish’ after she revealed her sister got pregnant to ‘take the attention’ away from her (stock image)
A unnamed woman took to Facebook in a since-deleted post to question if she was being ‘dramatic’ for refusing to change her wedding date after finding out her sister was expecting
The post read: ‘My maid of honor has just announced that she is pregnant. And she is due around my wedding day (October 26, 2023).
‘Her and her husband have been trying for a while, and I would like to feel happy for her, but I’m seriously considering kicking her out of the wedding.’
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The unnamed bride-to-be went on to state that her sister ‘deliberately’ got pregnant to steal the spotlight away from her.
‘I feel she has deliberately done this to take the attention away from me. The only problem is that she is my sister, and my parents are telling me to postpone the wedding for her,’ she continued.
The woman added that she refused to change the date because it would ruin her wedding, and she and her husband-to-be couldn’t get the deposits back.
However, she said that both her partner and parents had branded her ‘dramatic’ because of this.
She said: ‘I am not postponing my day as we have had the venue booked since November 2022. Even my fiancée is taking her side.’
She ended the post by questioning: ‘Am I being dramatic?’
Social media users rushed to the comments section to slam the bride, branding her as ‘selfish’
Social media users rushed to the comments section to slam the bride.
One person said: ‘The bride is obviously nuts – nobody in the history of forever has deliberately gotten pregnant specifically to mess with another person’s wedding.
‘But the parents are also nuts. Postpone the wedding!? Do they not realize the expense involved in changing a wedding date after non-refundable deposits have been paid and contracts signed? After guests have already bought plane tickets?
‘If sister gives birth on the wedding day, send the mother of the bride to help her and the father of the bride to the wedding to walk the bride down the aisle. With live-streaming and video calls, you don’t need to be physically present to support each other as a family.’
Another user commented: ‘I don’t know why she’d think her sister planned that, but her sister should step down and just have a happy pregnancy.
‘At the same time, she should not put the wedding off for her sister. Those are both important life events, and sometimes those things overlap. There’s nothing you can do about it.’
The Reddit user also shared comments from the original post where social media users begged her to ‘re-read’ the post
Someone else said: ‘Bride: “She’s been trying for a while….I think she did this on purpose” Um, duh! You knew she was trying to get pregnant from jump. What’s the issue?!’
‘Bride and her parents all need reality checks,’ commented another user.
Another user added: ‘It is ridiculous of the the parents to expect her to postpone, but she’s crazy to think her sister did this on purpose.’
‘Get married on your date. You are really naïve and self absorbed if you didn’t realize this could happen. You knew they were trying to get pregnant. Did you send a memo to everyone telling them sorry but your lives are now on hold because I’m getting married. Sorry but life continues even when you are getting married,’ commented one person.
The Reddit user also shared comments from the original post.
Social media users begged her to ‘re-read’ the post.
‘Wow, if I were you, I’d read this again. And if I were your fiancée, I’d probably reconsider my relationship with you. How dare someone else have a life that doesn’t revolve around your wedding?’ said one person.
Another user wrote: ‘This is the most selfish thing I’ve read in this group. You and Your sister should be happy for each other. You both have major life-changing events happening, and this is such an exciting time. Just be happy for each other. ‘
And while the majority of users slammed the bride-to-be, there were a few people who agreed with her
And while the majority of users slammed the bride-to-be, there were a few people who agreed with her.
One person said: ‘I think the parents telling her to change her wedding date are out of line.
‘Pregnant sister needs to drop out of the wedding and maybe be a guest, if she can make the wedding.
‘Bride could just be overwhelmed or used to her sister being the golden child.’
Another commented: ‘Ok, she’s being overly dramatic but! I’d be upset if my family was trying to force me to cancel my already planned wedding. Hell no, sister can step down from matron of honor/bridesmaid duties.
‘It’s the only reasonable solution. Sister probably will not be able to fulfill the duties anyway.’
‘I wouldn’t postpone anything. She could have taken a break for a few months on trying to get pregnant to avoid this exact situation and she chose not to,’ someone else said.
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