Wedding days can produce some crazy moments, but nothing like this. Instead of reading her vows, this bride reads her husbands affair texts.
While most weddings feature love and two people committing to a lifetime together, this one was very different. The bride-to-be revealed the details of her would-be husband’s affair to the wedding congregation.
The night before the two were to be wed, she revealed the texts that came from an unrecognizable number and revealed her fiance’s double life and changing both of their lives.
The woman released all of the details in an article on Whimn.
On the last night of my unwed life, I was with hanging out my best friends in a glitzy hotel room. My phone buzzed from across the room and I did a silly sashay with my glass in my hand to go and retrieve it.
“Phone is running hot tonight,” commented one of my bridesmaids.
But this text wasn’t like the other wishes of luck and love. This text took us all by surprise and changed everything in the heartbeat.
The message was a series of screenshots from a number I didn’t recognise. The accompanying message simply said, “I wouldn’t marry him. Will you?”
The screenshots were of conversations between my husband-to-be and another woman. Loads of them, including selfies of the pair. She was the opposite of me. I’m blonde and fair, and this unknown woman had dark hair and olive skin.
The texts were dated from months to only days before. My brain simply could not compute WTF was going on. There was no questioning the legitimacy of these messages. I just knew.
That wasn’t all. She also read the following text messages:
“This weekend. You and I. It is on, hot stuff. Bring your A game.”
“Your body is fucking incredible. And shit do you know how to use it. I wish my GF had half the skills you do.”
“I miss you so much. I can’t stop thinking about L, S, F’ing you. I’ve never had this kind of connection before.”
At this point, the woman knew she could not marry this man, but how could she cancel when everyone had already traveled there and everything was paid for?
Here are a couple examples of the texts she read to the people in attendance:
This weekend. You and I. It is on, hot stuff. Bring your A game.
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.
While the people did not get to see a wedding, they definitely saw something they won’t soon forget.[et_bloom_inline optin_id="optin_5"]