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"Worst MIL Ever" Threatens To Wear An Actual Wedding Dress To Her Son's Wedding Ceremony

"Worst MIL Ever" Threatens To Wear An Actual Wedding Dress To Her Son's Wedding Ceremony

The bride-to-be was shocked and shared some screenshots of the chat she had with her fiance’s mother.

The wedding day is about the bride and the groom and their special union. While your family and loved ones will be there to support your relationship, surely they won't make it about themselves, no? Unless you're this mother-in-law. A woman has recently shared an upsetting chat she had with her MIL who said she’ll be wearing an actual wedding dress to her son’s wedding! The screenshots have been uploaded on Imgur as well as Reddit. Have a look below:

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The bride-to-be shared conversations with her MIL that escalated to such a level where the bride was even verbally abused. 

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Her husband-to-be seemed to be on her side and reassured his partner that he would talk to his mother about the situation. But when he confronted his mother about it, the MIL blew her top and took her rage out on the bride-to-be instead.

Source: Imgur

 

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Not only was the future bride stunned, so were Internet users who read about the incident. The mother-in-law was dubbed ‘the worst people have ever seen’ on Reddit. One person wrote: It bothers me that he said “that is not my mother.” No, it is. This is your mother. It might not be how she treats you, but it is how she treats your fiancée. Your mother is abusive. Abusive people aren’t horrible to everyone they meet. It’s how they get away with their behavior. She’s grooming him as a character witness. She’s nice to her son so that it plants doubt when she’s horrible to his fiancée. He needs to believe his fiancée and be a united front and establish some clear boundaries. Start with not taking their money for the wedding. ETA: I’m glad it looks like from the updates that he’s being really supportive of the fiancée. I hope it all works out for them. If it were me I’d take him up on the offer to cancel everything and take a great honeymoon vacation. A second person joked: I'd be really petty and ask every woman attending to wear a white dress. And then go out and get a colourful wedding dress! Another added: I remember reading a story about a mother-of-the-bride who insisted on a white dress, so the bride secretly called the shop and changed her bridesmaids' dresses to white and her own gown to blush pink, inverting the colors so she'd still stand out, like a rose in a field of lilies. I thought that was a brilliant idea!

 

Source: Reddit