Bridezilla furious after her maid-of-honour gets pregnant and is due around the same time as the wedding

A BRIDEZILLA has been left furious after her maid-of-honour gets pregnant and is due around the same time of the wedding. 

The outspoken bride took to Facebook to share her annoyance at her friend’s happy news. 

A bride has shared how she has been left fuming after her maid-of-honour has announced she is pregnant

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A bride has shared how she has been left fuming after her maid-of-honour has announced she is pregnantCredit: Reddit

She admitted she had her “first Bridezilla moment”, and wrote: “My brother and his wife (who is my maid-of-honour) decided it would be a great time to get pregnant. 

“She’s due right after my wedding date.”

The bride added that she just “wanted a flipping day” to herself, after her birthday is on father’s day, and said this was her “moment to shine.”

The woman continued: “Now I’m stressing her going in labour.”

The bride said she was upset that her maid-of-honour was planning baby shower and gender reveal parties around her wedding

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The bride said she was upset that her maid-of-honour was planning baby shower and gender reveal parties around her weddingCredit: Getty Images – Getty

What made the bride even more angry is that her pregnant sister-in-law also wants to host a baby shower and a gender reveal. 

She added: “Reveal will be around my bridal party time. Shower will be around my bachelorette time.

“I exploded. Like a child. But I wanted the spotlight…. For once.”

The bridezilla added that her parents will end up paying for their daughter-in-law’s parties as her parents don’t have much money, and this also didn’t sit right with the engaged woman. 

I exploded. Like a child. But I wanted the spotlight…. For once.

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She concluded: “Guess who it takes away from… ME.”

Many people slammed her, one one writing: “Don’t be mad that someone is pregnant, that is life and you can’t dictate that.”

However, others took her side, with one internet user adding: “It sounds like she’s had to play second fiddle for most of her life and she thought this was going to be her one day and this happens. 

“Her frustration is valid.”

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And this bride was left horrifed after a penguin pooped all over her dress during a Sea World wedding.

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My bridezilla sisters expect me to make their wedding dresses, and more advice from Dear Prudence.

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Dear Prudence is online weekly to chat live with readers. Here’s an edited transcript of this week’s chat.

Danny Lavery: Hello, everyone! Let’s distract ourselves with one another’s personal lives, shall we?

Q. Dresses: I am crafty. In an act of hubris and love, I agreed to DIY my best friend’s wedding dress since she had no budget. It took $100, a dozen thrift stores, 100 hours, and a pint of blood, but I was able to convert an ’80s monstrosity into a rather darling modern frock. She got married and bragged about me on social media, but now everyone and their Aunt Betty is expecting me to do the same for them!

The worst are my half-sister and stepsister, and they have competing weddings going on since my stepsister had to reschedule. They both are borderline bridezillas. My half-sister lives in another state and expects me to hand-sew her wedding dress via Zoom. My stepsister has sent me pics that far extend out of skills. My stepmother is borderline hysterical trying to keep the peace and my father has retreated from every fight. I am proud of what I did, but I share a house with my friend and her husband. There is no way I could do what I did with someone far away. And I don’t want to again. I love my family but I am hanging up the needle and thread. Help!

A: You do not need my help! You know what you need to do, which is say no. You are prepared to say no, you’re aware that you have to say no (because you’re being asked to put together dresses that won’t just look great on a wedding day, but that will also reconstruct the Titanic, cure disease, and julienne fries), and you’re going to say no. And it’s going to be fine. Your stepmother is not bound by a curse to get upset every time your stepsister gets upset; she’s making a choice and she’s free to stop whenever she’s ready. Your stepsister and your half-sister are not being driven by a wedding-induced infection to bully their relatives into promising favors—they are making unreasonable demands and hoping nobody pushes back. You can say no calmly, firmly, and without taking responsibility for the ensuing “But how could yous” and “But what will I wear now that I’m forced to admit you don’t secretly have Oscar de La Renta in your home office?” You did not promise anything to anyone else when you made your friend’s dress.

When I was a kid, I used to ride horses at a local barn that was staffed by terrifyingly self-possessed Midwestern women who had little slogans on their desks like “I can only please one person per day” and “Failure to plan on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.” They intimidated the hell out of me, especially because I didn’t know anything about English-style saddles

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