A wedding feels like a serious thing even if two people don’t really believe in them. They can determine whether or not a person will be granted the ability to live in a certain place, because of citizenship and things like that. Weddings are a pretty big thing for the simple fact that they usually involve all the members of each person’s family, all of their friends, a broad mix of people that get concentrated in one room during the ceremony.
It could be considered an entire sub-genre of tabloid news articles, articles about what happened at people’s weddings, how something went wrong, how something unexpected happened. In fact, this story looks so familiar it seems that this has happened multiple times.
It was recently reported that a fiancé went up to the altar when she was about to marry her partner, and instead of saying “I do,” she said the most humiliating possible thing.
She read aloud several text messages from a woman who had been with her husband having an affair. It was shared in a post on this website, where Casey shared her account of this betrayal and how she reacted to it: unbelievable.
When you look more into the story though, a question begins to appear: who sent her this information? It appears to be a woman close to the husband-to-be.
The evening before they were about to get married, the fiancé received a message. It was from an unknown number, screencapped messages between her fiancé and another woman, with the message “I wouldn’t marry him. Will you?”
If the messages were real, perhaps they came from a former friend of the man who had enough of his character. If they were fake, who knows what was going on behind the scenes, with people scheming to separate them. Anything is possible, this is a post someone found on the Internet.
The woman who sent the pictures also sent photos of her with Alex, and texts between the two which provided evidence of their affair, with texts dating from months ago, to days before the wedding.
The texts said things such as: “This weekend. You and I. It is on, hot stuff. Bring your A game.”
Another one read: “Your body is f*cking incredible. And sh*t do you know how to use it. I wish my GF had half the skills you do.”
It was that moment when she knew the messages were real. Her friends gave her advice to call off the wedding, but she didn’t make a decision yet. She decided to go through with the wedding in the morning, freshly feeling the anger and emotions from making that discovery, to publicly embarrass her now ex-partner for going behind her back.
So when she attended the wedding, she walked down the aisle, turned to the crowd, probably consisting of both their family members, and said:
“There will be no wedding today. It seems Alex is not who I thought he was.”
She said a “ripple of shock” went through the church when she said that, and Alex tried to grab her hands, but she took out her phone and started reading the texts out loud.
The “color drained” from her about-to-be husband’s face, as she describes it, and that was it. He walked out of the church with his best man following him.