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    A woman has revealed her extremely unusual path to settling down after fallng in love with a ragdoll – who she's 'married' and even 'had a baby' with.  Meirivone Rocha Moraes, 37, from Brazil, met the love of her life after complaining to her mum about being single and having nobody to dance with. Her mum created Marcelo the ragdoll and it was love at first sight, as the pair enjoyed a whirlwind romance. Meirivone Rocha Moraes, 37, from Brazil, fell in love with a ragdoll that her mum created for her after she complained about being single  It was love at first sight and she decided to marry the toy in a ceremony which was attended by 250 people However after only a few months Meirivone found herself 'pregnant'. But not wanting to have a baby out of wedlock, the pair decided to get married in a ceremony which was attended by 250 people. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tenthouse suite! Well-heeled Glastonbury revellers can enjoy... A New York palace fit for Hollywood royalty:...
    Dear Amy: I’m engaged to a wonderful guy — he’s kind, smart, and my best friend. I truly couldn’t ask for a better partner! We’re planning to get married next spring. Amy Dickinson  My mother disapproves, and it is breaking my heart. She says he’s a great man, but she doesn’t approve of our relationship. She always had a certain idea of what kind of man I’d end up with, and he doesn’t fit her mold. I know there’s no changing her mind. She and I recently had a heart-to-heart talk and she asked if I was still planning on going through with marrying him. I asked her if she’d be at the wedding. She said that if I’m marrying him, she’s not sure. Amy, I want my mom to be there more than anything. She’s the only one who raised me, and I love her. Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: How do I tell my son that his grandfather won’t see him? Advice | Ask Amy: I think my girlfriend is phasing me out,...
    Fans of the Kardashian–Jenner clan missed seeing one of the key family members at Kourtney Kardashian's wedding to Travis Barker — her younger brother Rob Kardashian. The 35-year-old one-time reality star opted to skip the lavish nuptials in Portofino, Italy, over the weekend because he 'didn't feel comfortable' with all of the 'spectacle,' E! News reported on Tuesday. Rob had been largely absent from the latter seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, following the fall out from his failed relationship with Blac Chyna, who lost her $100 million lawsuit against several of his sisters and his mother Kris Jenner. Missing out: Rob Kardashian, 35, sat out sister Kourtney Kardashian's wedding to Travis Barker in Italy because he 'doesn't like spectacle,' a source told E! News on Tuesday; seen in 2016 in LA Although almost every other member of Rob's family seemed to be living it up at Kourtney and Travis' wedding in coast Portofino, he wanted to keep out of the spotlight after previously shunning it. 'Rob didn't feel comfortable attending Kourtney's wedding because he doesn't like a spectacle,'...
    A BRIDE-to-be has courted controversy by listing the 13 brutal rules she's got in place for her big day - despite not even being engaged. Kennedy Marks took to TikTok to share a list of the rules she wants in place for her nuptials, which she claims to have been planning since she was eight years old. 2Kennedy Marks took to TikTok to reveal the rules she's got in place for her wedding - despite not even being engagedCredit: @kennedymarks/TikTok 2Among the rules are that no-one else should wear white at her wedding and that no "boring people" are allowedCredit: @kennedymarks/TikTok "My boyfriend is not proposing to me any time soon and also doesn’t know any of these rules but I thought I’d give it a go," Kennedy began. "Please don’t get angry at me if some of these are a bit harsh for you but weddings are just so expensive that I’m going to be a perfectionist on the day - sorry!" First on Kennedy's list is a rule that she thinks should be in place for...
    A NO-KIDS-ALLOWED wedding might be crashed by little ones in suits and dresses, and the family of the bride isn't sure whether the couple should be warned.   After two years of being cooped up, a happy couple finally has the chance at their dream wedding.   3Children sit on the floor at a weddingCredit: Getty - Contributor In a weekly live chat called Dear Prudence via Slate, an aunt wrote in asking for advice.  Her niece is getting married in an intimate fairy-tale garden setting with no children allowed, she explained. But her soon-to-be sister-in-law is having a hard time dealing with the fact that her young children “aren’t welcome.” “She’s tried getting them in as ring bearers, pages, flower kids, and my niece (bless her) has serenely and firmly said no, infuriating this woman to no end,” the aunt wrote. Read more lifestyle storiesBOWLED OVER My pal brought his GRANDMOTHER on our first date & he ditched me for hoursOH BOY! I’m pregnant & I'm having a girl but my in-laws refuse to believe she isn’t a boy...
    A GROOM has revealed his very unusual reason for wanting to exclude a bridesmaid from the wedding party. The engaged lad told his wife-to-be he doesn't want one of her "closest friends" as a bridesmaid and it didn't go down well. 1A groom has fallen out with his wife-to-be after telling her he doesn't want one of her closest friends as a bridesmaid - because of her JOBCredit: Getty His reasoning? The friends is a "well known adult actress" and his mum's family are "staunchly religious". Posting on Reddit, he says: "This is a problem because how recognizable she is. "I’ll fully admit that prior to meeting her, I had watched a few of her videos just because of how viral they are. "I’m sure other guys there will have seen her videos too, and if something gets mentioned or pointed out it could cause so much drama that I really don’t want to deal with on the wedding day. "I also don’t want attention to be taken off the woman I’m marrying because half the people...
    A mother has sparked debate after revealing she is too ashamed of her 'scruffy' family to invite them to her wedding, leading one commentator to brand her 'shallow'. The anonymous British woman wrote in a Mumsnet post that her family members have 'poor hygiene', are 'very uneducated' and 'have poor narrow mined views' and that she is 'so worried about being embarrassed at her wedding'. She said it would be 'easier' not to invite them 'if they didn't make an effort with her' but they 'consistently send cards and presents' to her and her children. The mother added she was considering 'paying' for haircuts for her parents and sibling, continuing: 'I've just made such a huge effort to move away from the dysfunctionality of my family and upbringing that I feel ashamed of where I come from.  'I feel like my other half's family will think I am trash because of where I come from.' While some people sympathised with the woman, other claims she is being 'snobbish' by wanting her family there, no matter what they are like.   A woman has sparked...
    KOURTNEY Kardashian was slammed for laughing after her son Reign, 7, cursed in a new TikTok video. Fans claimed the 42-year-old doesn’t discipline her kids. 5Kourtney was slammed for laughing after Reign cursedCredit: Tiktok/amkardashian 5The 7-year-old said two curse words in a new TikTok videoCredit: Tiktok/amkardashian In a new TikTok video shared by fan account AmKardashian, Kourtney appeared with fiancé Travis Barker, 46, and their kids as the group played a game. The game had the family members passing one phone to each other after they made generalized statements. For example, Kourtney’s daughter Penelope, 9, handed the phone to Kourtney after saying: “I’m passing the phone to somebody that doesn’t let me do anything.” Later in the game, Kourtney said: “I’m passing the phone to somebody who talks 24/7.” Read More on Kourtney KardashianDISICK GONE DARK Inside Scott's quiet new life with kids as he's 'in love' with KourtneyBALLIN' OUT Kendall Jenner flaunts her wealth as she shows off $1.2k Tiffany's basketball The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum then handed the phone to her youngest child, who babbled for...
    A WOMAN has taken to the internet to complain about her future mother-in-law who is hell-bent on shaming her and her future groom for not helping out his daughter with her own wedding as they simultaneously plan theirs. She even tried forcing her to buy her future stepdaughter’s $14,000 wedding dress and called the couple “heartless” when they refused.  3What was supposed to be a nice family event turned into a dramatic show when the bride's grandmother went after her future stepmother 3The grandmother tried getting the bride's future stepmother to pay for her $14,000 bridal gown in front of everyone presentCredit: Getty According to the woman, who took her complaints to an anonymous post on Reddit, she is getting married in May while her fiancé’s 25-year-old daughter is tying the knot in June. They have not offered his daughter any money to help with her special day – nor has she asked – and the grandmother, who is the poster’s future mother-in-law, is absolutely furious.  “His mother is very upset that we aren't paying for his daughter's wedding and...
    NO CHILD wants to feel like they’re the least favorite sibling, but one man couldn’t help but feel that way – and he even had proof. He revealed his mom is giving him a smaller wedding present than she gave his sisters just because she doesn't approve of his fiancée. 3A man claimed he revoked his mother's invite to his wedding because she was giving him a much smaller present than she gave his sistersCredit: Getty 3He said his mother doesn't like that his fiancée has student loans, while he does not “I want to preface with it is about the money and it is also not about the money,” the man, who shared his story in an anonymous post to Reddit, said at the top of his post. “It is hurtful to be treated differently, and I know Reddit believes that no one owes anyone anything, but I feel like a mom does owe her kids fair treatment.” The disappointed son went on to explain that he is getting married in May, and while his dad is paying for...
    MORE than two-thirds of Americans would have a destination wedding in order to “trim the fat” off their guest list, according to new research. In a new poll of 2,000 Americans, the average respondent said the “perfect number” of wedding guests is 56 people. 3A new study revealed that people are willing to have a destination wedding to trim down their guest listCredit: Getty - Contributor 3Many would choose to go to a beach for their wedding destinationCredit: Getty - Contributor However, if it were a destination wedding, only 36 percent of people would invite more than 50 guests. Almost one-third of people said a smaller guest list would encourage them to have a destination wedding. Furthermore, 50 percent of respondents cited difficulty for guests to attend as the top deterrent for having a destination wedding in the first place. The poll, conducted by OnePoll and Funjet Vacations, also revealed that the top incentive to attend a destination wedding wasn’t actually being in the wedding party, in fact, this reason wasn’t even in the top three. Having all expenses paid came...
    YOUR wedding is meant to be one of the most important days of your life - so with that in mind, your loved ones will probably give you a free pass if you turn into a bit of a bridezilla. But when do you draw the line between being a bridezilla and actually just plain rude?! 2One woman has taken to Reddit to share her story of how her sister turned into a bridezillaCredit: Getty - Contributor Well, one woman has taken to Reddit’s Am I The A**hole thread to explain what happened when her sister turned into a ‘selfish bridezilla’. And it’s safe to say that we are shocked. She said: “My sister is getting married next month. “My husband and I were both planning on going but when we got the invitation it was only for me. “When I called my sister and asked about it she said my husband was of course fine to come but she requested that he not be in any family photos.” The woman revealed that her husband is in a wheelchair and...
    EVERYONE is always saying your wedding day goes by in a flash - which is why the pictures are so SO important. So with this in mind, we can kind of understand when some brides get a bit obsessed with their wedding party and floral arrangements looking perfect. 1The bride said she didn't want her brother-in-law to pull attention from herCredit: Getty But not including family members in your photos out of fear they'll drawn attention? Well, that's much harder to relate to. Unfortunately for one woman, this is the exact scenario she's facing after her sister banned her disabled husband from the family portraits. Sharing her dilemma on Reddit's 'Am I A******' forum, the woman explained how the "bridezilla" initially didn't invite her husband of eight years to the wedding. She wrote: "My husband and I were both planning on going but when we got the invitation it was only for me. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "When I called my sister and asked about it she said my husband was of...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I’ve had a difficult relationship with my half-sister for over a decade now. After much pestering from her, I finally admitted the reason I don’t talk to her father anymore (a mixture of abuse and general dislike of him as a person). I’ve also let her know that I am on the autism spectrum and am nonbinary. Each admission has been met with claims that I’m either making it up for attention, or a blunt “I don’t really care about stuff like that.” In terms of coming out, it’s not an ideal reaction, but better than many of the alternatives. The issue now is that she’s asked me if I want to come to her wedding, which is also my own five-year wedding anniversary. Related Articles Miss Manners: The photos she took at the funeral were horrifying Miss Manners: What’s with these entitled dog walkers? Miss Manners: Everybody was annoyed by ‘have a nice day.’ Is this any better? Miss Manners: I derided the pompous phone greeting and got...
    While wedding invitations are often a contentious issue between families at the best of times, one woman's guest list was made even more controversial when she decided to cut out her own sister. A bride-to-be from the US who has a severely autistic, and mostly non-verbal sister took to Reddit to reveal why she made the difficult decision to exclude her from her wedding.  She explained that her sister, Anna, 'can't comprehend boundaries' and has taken a liking to the groom, Michael, and will try to 'lean in to kiss him' and has 'really bad shutdowns if she wasn't allowed to be directly next to him.' Despite the family trying to explain to Anna why she should give Michael space, she simply doesn't have the ability to understand that what she's doing could be invasive.  When the bride explained to her parents that she won't be including Anna in the wedding, they branded her 'selfish', said they wouldn't be attending, and accused her of choosing 'some man' over her sister.  A bride with a disabled sister voiced her complaints of her...
    A WOMAN has revealed her mother-in-law used to make sly comments to show she didn't like her. She shared them in hopes that other women know when their mothers-in-law are going to make waves in their marriages. 3Moms who compared their bonds to their sons with the future wife is wrongCredit: TikTok 3Her mother-in-law would say belive thought she was her son's sisterCredit: TikTok A TikTok user who goes by the name of Lindsay shared her experience with her mother-in-law who seemed to have a very close relationship with her son. "Things my mother-in-law said that I should have paid more attention to," she wrote as she began to describe each "red flag." In her video, she said that her mother-in-law would say things like: "Everyone always thinks I'm his sister" or "We have a bond Additionally, she would comment on her appearance, saying things like: "All his ex-girlfriends were smaller than you!" "He will never love another woman like he loves me," was another comment she would make. Unfortunately, the disdain that some mothers-in-law have for their new...
    DEAR ABBY: Four months ago, I noticed a lady walking down the street. She was older, and I could tell by her posture she was struggling. I offered to drive her so she didn’t have to walk. Jeanne Phillips  It turned out she was walking from one bus stop to another so she could catch her second bus to work. She works in a different county than she lives in, so her first bus doesn’t take her all the way. Long story short, I have been driving this lady to work from the bus stop every morning, picking her up from work and taking her home, as well as picking her up on the weekend days she works and taking her to and from work. (I don’t work on the weekends.) Related Articles Dear Abby: She’s a huge trigger for the very thing she shames me about Dear Abby: She lifted my husband’s kilt, and he got in trouble Dear Abby: My neighbors’ scrutiny makes it uncomfortable for me to be outside ...
    Sometimes I come across an AITA (Am I The Asshole?) post that has so many red flags that I immediately end up siding with the one posing the question before they even get into the crux of the story. Such is the case with a post from a dog groomer who decided to do a friend a solid by being hired as a photographer for their wedding. I’m not really a photographer, I’m a dog groomer. I take lots of photos of dogs all day to put on my Facebook and Instagram, it’s “my thing” if that makes sense. A cut and a photo with every appointment. I very seldom shoot things other than dogs even if I have a nice set up. A friend got married a few days ago and wanting to save money, asked if I’d shoot it for them. I told him it’s not really my forte but he convinced me by saying he didn’t care if they were perfect: they were on a shoestring budget and I agreed to shoot it for $250, which...
    WEDDINGS are stressful at the best of times, as couples have to navigate the gravity of the day, and also the family politics. But one couple really ruffled some feathers by banning "children" from their wedding - and saying that meant no one under 21 could attend - despite the fact that the groom's sister was 20 years old. 1The upset sister took to Reddit to explain that she couldn't go to her brother's 'child-free' wedding as she was 20 years oldCredit: Getty The distraught sister explained that she and her partner (also 20) had been asked to child mind 40 children instead. Writing on Reddit, she said: "I was extremely close to my brother growing up, he's my favorite out of all my siblings. "However, when he started dating Emily [his fiancee], we kinda grew apart but we still talk often. "Emily, on the other hand, we don't get along at all. She hasn't done anything to me, I haven't done anything to her, we just don't see eye to eye on things." She then explained...
    A Louisiana woman has revealed the cruel text messages she received from her soon-to-be-married cousin who demoted her from maid of honor because she is 'fat' and not disciplined enough 'to go on a diet.' Lia, 27, who is known as @liainlouisiana on TikTok, shared a video of herself eating Chick-fil-A in front of their text exchange, which was blown up in the background using the platform's green-screen effect.  The conversation appeared to pick up after Lia's cousin Alejandra called her out about her weight, with the bride-to-be saying: 'You know this bridesmaid group is not a therapy session.'  Scroll down for video   Say what? Lia, 27, from Louisiana, revealed on TikTok that her bride-to-be cousin Alejandra demoted her from maid of honor because of her weight  Way harsh: According to the text exchange, Alejandra told Lia she doesn't 'have any control over [herself] to go on a diet,' saying she likes 'people with discipline'  'Are you embarrassed? Lia asked.   'Of what [?] Of telling you to go on a diet [?] No,' Alejandra replied. 'It's my wedding.'   The bride didn't...
    A BRIDE-TO-BE has come under fire for demanding her teen step-daughter cut her long hair for her wedding. The woman, 28, is set to marry the 15-year-old teen's father, 42, and her a list of demands that she wanted her step-daughter to carry out for her big day, including getting the chop. 3A bride has come under fire for demanding her teen step-daughter cuts her hair for her wedding dayCredit: Getty 3The teen refused to cut her hair and revealed her step-mum called her a "selfish brat"Credit: Alamy The teen turned to Reddit for advice, as she explained that her dad was re-marrying her step-mother just two years after the death of her mother. She explained that she looks a lot like her late mum and thinks that's why her step-mother, who didn't want to be "upstaged" had wanted her to cut her hair. When the girl refused, her step-mother called her a "selfish brat". To make things worse, she revealed her dad was in full support of her step-mum's demands to cut her hair short....
    A portrait of Anita Bryant, a prominent anti-gay crusader who led the "Save Our Children" campaign, alongside an image of two protesters at the Gay Freedom Day parade. One holds a sign that reads, "Anita: Gay blood is upon you. Who's next?" Getty Images/Bettmann /Contributor/Roger Ressmeyer/Contributor Singer Anita Bryant spearheaded the anti-gay rights movement in Miami in the 1970s. On an episode of the "One Year" podcast, Sarah Green, Bryant's granddaughter, said she told her grandmother she was gay on her 21st birthday. Green says Bryant still believes homosexuality isn't real, and she's unsure whether she'll invite her grandmother to her same-sex wedding. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sarah Green said she came out to her grandmother, anti-gay rights crusader Anita Bryant, on her 21st birthday. After Bryant, a famed singer and devout Christian, sang Green "Happy Birthday," she told her a husband would be in her future. "And I just snapped and was like, 'I hope that he doesn't come along because I'm gay, and I don't want a man to come along,'" Green said on...
    MUCH like riding on public transport at rush hour, there's something about planning a wedding that changes people. When you've spent such a fortune on one day and are gathering all your nearest and dearest to witness it, it's natural to want it to go perfectly. 3A bride-to-be has said that she will call off her wedding if her fiance doesn't shave his beardCredit: Getty   But, in shooting for the fairytale day, some people take things a little too far, like this one woman who took to Reddit to explain her feelings. The bride, who (wisely) didn't share her name, explained that she disliked her fiance's beard so much, that she threatened to call off the whole event if he didn't shave it off. 3The woman took to Reddit to explain the argument with her husband-to-beCredit: Getty - Contributor The woman explained that they have been together for three years and her partner started growing the beard during lockdown and she didn't mind it until she realised he planned on keeping it for the big day. She said: "I...
    A woman who is married to herself has insisted the process has made her more eligible because it has taught her how to deal with her own issues so a partner doesn't have to.  Sophie Tanner, 42, wed herself in a Brighton ceremony in 2015, five years after her last serious relationship, which came to an end when she discovered her boyfriend had cheated on her with one of her close friends.  She decided upon the wedding, which was a symbolic ritual, as a way to express love for herself and believes her relationships with friends and family have improved as a result.  But she added that she is open to the possibility of finding love with a man but admitted it is not a priority right now. 'I’m a big advocate of self love but that doesn’t mean I’m against romantic love. The two aren’t mutually exclusive,' Sophie said.  Sophie Tanner, 42, who lives in Brighton, has revealed how marrying herself in 2015 (pictured) has changed her life ahead of her sixth wedding anniversary  Sophie said she's...
    Most people see attending a wedding as a chance to unwind and let their hair down, but one group of guests were left reeling to disccover they were expected to set up the venue and clear up afterward - and got no food or drink for their trouble.  A disgruntled guest, from the US, took to Reddit to give a blow by blow account of the dubious big day, which was then shared to the That's It, I'm Wedding Shaming (non ban-happy edition) group on Facebook. The unnamed woman explained that the the bride had wanted an 'easy' reception, and had her wedding party do most of the work, without providing them with food or drink for most of the day.  The bride, who also asked five bridesmaid to buy new dresses on the day of the ceremony because she didn't like the colours, revealed out of the blue she was becoming a Mormon for her new husband, causing her parents and some family members to leave the venue.  The cherry on top of an already gone-sour day came when remaining guests were...
    Meghan Markle's makeup artist and friend Daniel Martin has praised the diversity seen in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on the royal's wedding day, though he admitted he may have been the only Asian male at the ceremony.  Martin reflected on his role as Meghan's makeup artist on her big day during an interview with People in honor of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's upcoming three-year anniversary on May 19.    When asked if he felt like he had more of a platform to represent Asian American and Pacific Islander community after the wedding, he said it was a 'great question' but not something he thought about at the time.   Memories: Daniel Martin reflected on his role as Meghan Markele's makeup artist on her wedding day in honor of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's three-year anniversary on May 19 Looking back: The makeup artist praised the 'diversity' seen in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle that day, saying the ceremony 'completely changed the world' Big moment: Martin said he was particularly moved by Kingdom Choir's gospel...
    Getty Images Bethenny Frankel. Bethenny Frankel is engaged to beau Paul Bernon, but is the former “Real Housewives of New York” star planning on getting married soon? Not exactly. In an interview with Marie Claire, Bethenny revealed that she’s actually not heading to the altar anytime in the immediate future. “It just doesn’t seem right, right now,” Bethenny said. However, just because she’s not racing down the aisle doesn’t mean that she’s not extremely happy to be engaged. “I’m very excited, and it’s really wonderful,” Bethenny told ExtraTV after news of her engagement broke. Bethenny and Paul got engaged just two months after Bethenny’s divorce from ex-husband Jason Hoppy was finalized. According to Page Six, a judge signed off on the divorce in January 2021, eight years after Bethenny and Jason split. In March 2021, Bethenny was spotted rocking a massive diamond ring during a beach day in Florida. Bethenny and Paul have been dating since 2018. The two briefly split in 2020, but got back together a short while later. Here’s what you need to know:Bethenny Isn’t...
    Not everyone likes kids, but this might be taking things too far. When it comes to weddings, it’s generally up to the bride and groom if children are going to be invited. As one couple found out, however, if someone says they don’t like kids, they probably shouldn’t be put in charge of watching them. A Reddit user posting under the name ThrowAway3091345 shared a story to the site’s forums about an incident involving his step-children at his wedding. (iStock) A Reddit user posting under the name ThrowAway3091345 shared a story to the site’s forums about an incident involving his step-children at his wedding. According to the post’s author, his brother-in-law Tim isn’t a fan of children. According to the author, he and his now-wife held their wedding at their house. Everything was going fine until Tim showed up and realized that the bride’s children were there. BRIDE ASKS FACEBOOK IF IT'S OK TO MAKE 9-YEAR-OLD DON SHAPEWEAR WITH HER 'SNUG' DRESS "Tim and my sister arrived late," the post says. "The kids were with us the entire time....
    Gary Goldsmith is the brother of the Duchess of Cambridge's mother Carole Middleton. UK Press Pool/UK Press via Getty Images, Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images Kate's uncle Gary Goldsmith doesn't believe that she made Meghan cry before her wedding. Goldsmith told The Sun on Sunday that Middleton "doesn't have a mean bone in her body." Kensington Palace declined to comment when contacted by Insider. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kate Middleton's uncle Gary Goldsmith said he doesn't believe that she made Meghan Markle cry before her royal wedding in 2018. Reports initially suggested that Middleton was left in tears after a disagreement over a flower-girl dress — but Markle said during her Oprah interview that the "reverse happened." Markle said the argument "made me cry" and "really hurt my feelings."  "It was a really hard week of the wedding, and she was upset about something. But she owned it, and she apologized, and she brought me flowers and a note apologizing," the duchess said. Goldsmith — the 55-year-old younger brother of the duchess' mother Carole Middleton — shared...
    JENNIFER Lopez looks like she might have got hitched again — but her sports star fiance Alex Rodriguez need not panic. The actress and singer, 51, was filming scenes with Josh Duhamel in the Dominican Republic for new movie Shotgun Wedding. 11Jennifer Lopez looked like she might be getting hitched againCredit: BackGrid 11But she was actually filming scenes with Josh Duhamel for new movie Shotgun WeddingCredit: BackGrid J-Lo and baseball ace A-Rod, 45, were seen kissing there just days ago after reports they had split up. The pair, who got engaged in 2019, were reportedly fighting to save their relationship amid claims Alex exchanged flirty messages with a reality star. Yesterday J-Lo's pals revealed he is trying to win her back with flowers, calls and even promises to go to therapy. But a source says she still doesn't trust him and that Alex is pretending everything is okay between them. 11It comes as J-Lo and her partner Alex Rodriguez were rumoured to have split upCredit: AP 11The couple claimed they were working through their issues, but sources say...
    Meghan Markle 'covered herself in blood diamonds' despite saying she was not attached to the 'grandeur' surrounding her role, US broadcaster Megyn Kelly said. The former Fox News anchor also criticised the Duchess of Sussex for making the claim despite inviting George Clooney and Oprah Winfrey to her wedding in 2018. Ms Kelly spoke out on ITV's Good Morning Britain after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's dramatic interview with Oprah was broadcast in the US on CBS overnight.  She said this morning: 'She (Meghan) goes onto say, I don't believe in any of the grandeur. There's an article already up on the New York Post here in the States that's saying this is the person who had Clooney and Oprah at her wedding even though she didn't even know them, and then covered herself in blood diamonds from a Saudi Prince, so like, spare us that you're not into any of the grandeur.'  It comes after claims were made last week that Meghan wore a pair a striking diamond earrings that were a wedding gift from Crown Prince Mohammed...
    A BRIDE has revealed how she plans to have a “no food wedding” because feeding people “doesn’t matter.” The anonymous woman took to a wedding forum where she asked for advice on ditching the grub on her big day. 2A bride has been branded "tacky" after revealing she plans to not feed her guestsCredit: Getty Images - Getty In her post she explains that she and her partner are slowly paying off the cost of their $4k (£2,883) venue and are struggling to find an inexpensive caterer. She writes: “So my question is, is it unusual to… not feed people at your wedding? I have heard of ‘dessert only weddings’ if you have one later at night. “What about an appetizer(s)/small plates only wedding? Alcohol only wedding? Everybody grab a sandwich and a garden chair wedding and have a seat???” She continued: “I do not want to feel obligated to pay for these people to eat a lavish meal and drink it up on my tab.” 2She complained that her venue was too expensive, but others suggested she choose a...
    TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans revealed she doesn’t wear her wedding ring because it no longer fits her. The 29-year-old admitted she needs to “lose weight” before she can slip it on her finger again. 10Jenelle Evans said she needs to 'lose weight'Credit: Refer to Caption After posting on TikTok that she wears two black and white silicone bands on her ring finger instead of her actual wedding band, fans became curious. One follower asked her: “If you don’t mind me asking, is there a reason you don’t wear your wedding ring?” At first, Jenelle saw this type of question from just a couple people and only told them that they’d “understand” once they’d been “married for a few years.” Jenelle and her husband David Eason, 32, got married in 2017 after first meeting on a dating app in 2015. 10She revealed her wedding ring no longer fitsCredit: TikTok 10A fan asked her on TikTtok why she doesn't wear itCredit: TikTok Upon seeing quite a few more ask her the same thing in the comments section of the video, the fired...
    A bridesmaid has been branded 'selfish' and 'entitled' for complaining about the dress colours she was asked to wear because it doesn't suit her style. The Australian woman said while her bride friend was flexible with the bridal party picking out their own gowns, they needed to stick to the colour scheme to blend in with the rest of her wedding day.  'She's letting us pick our dresses but we have to stick to certain colours. I personally hate all the colours and I would never wear them and we have to pay for it ourselves,' the anonymous bridesmaid wrote in a wedding Facebook group. 'Is it worth telling her that I don't like the colours and I don't suit them? Or do I just have to deal with it?'  A bridesmaid has been branded 'selfish' and 'entitled' for complaining about the dress colours the bride suggested she could wear because it doesn't suit her style (stock image)
    GWEN Stefani's fiancé Blake Shelton wants to "lose 10 pounds" before their wedding - and has readjusted all the mirrors in his home. The country star has given himself a definite figure to work towards so he "won't look as bad" for his big day. 7Blake is determined to lose 10 pounds before walking down the aisleCredit: Getty Images Speaking to his pal Luke Bryan on his Apple Music Country show, Blake told how his goal is to lose a few extra pounds before he gets hitched to his fellow The Voice coach. And he set his target at 10 pounds so he has something solid to aim for. Blake, 44, said: "I feel like if I say 10, I have to do it. So, 10. It's out there now, I can't let people down." He has also modified the mirrors in his house to assist him on his weight-loss quest. 7Blake and Gwen are all smiles as they perform on stage togetherCredit: Getty Images He said: "I've readjusted all the mirrors in the house. So they look like...
    It’s never a good idea to criticize a bride for having scars. A frustrated groom-to-be says he was horrified when his sister criticized his fiancée for planning to wear a dress that would show a scar on her collarbone. Now, it appears that the groom’s family is taking the sister’s side after she was uninvited from the wedding. The groom shared his story to Reddit’s forums, where he explained that his wife-to-be got the scar when she a child in an accident that also claimed the life of her mother. (iStock) The groom shared his story to Reddit’s forums, where he explained that his wife-to-be got the scar when she was a child in an accident that also claimed the life of her mother. Apparently, the groom’s sister has made comments about the scar in the past, but things took a dramatic turn when the bride-to-be showed off her wedding dress. BRIDE RANTS ABOUT NOT RECEIVING ENOUGH GIFTS, ONLY HAVING TO WRITE 30 THANK YOU CARDS FOR 100 GUESTS "My fiancée showed the wedding dress to my sister," the...
    Business Insider The US is rolling out two COVID-19 vaccines, from Moderna and Pfizer, giving engaged couples hope for their coming nuptials. But infectious-disease experts told Insider the vaccine would not be rolled out soon enough to save summer 2021 weddings. Most nuptials will require masks and social distancing. It will take until May for the public to have vaccine access, another month for the second shot, and it'll take months after that for the world to develop enough herd immunity to keep all wedding guests safe. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kerry O'Donoghue has one big plan for 2021: a destination wedding. O'Donoghue, who lives in California and founded a bridal-wellness company, was supposed to get married in Dublin, Ireland, in August. When the pandemic hit, she, like millions of other engaged people, had to push her wedding back. But she thinks her big day will finally happen, with 100 guests in attendance, just nine months from now, thanks to the promising news that a vaccine will be available worldwide as early as spring...
    Brianna May (left) and Kasey Mayfield (right) were turned away from the Warehouse on Ivy wedding venue. Courtesy of Brianna May A wedding venue turned down a couple's inquiry because the event center doesn't "host same-sex marriage ceremonies." Brianna May and Kasey Mayfield reached out to Warehouse on Ivy as they were planning their fall 2022 wedding. The women were told via email that they could not have their wedding at the North Carolina warehouse.  After May shared the email in a Facebook post on Saturday, wedding planner Jove Meyer re-shared it on Instagram where the story gained traction. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The story of Brianna May and Kasey Mayfield is going viral after the couple shared on social media that they were shut out of a North Carolina wedding venue because they are gay. May and Mayfield were planning their 2022 wedding and sending out inquiries to potential venues when a representative of Warehouse on Ivy, an event venue in Winston-Salem, informed them via email that "we do not host same-sex marriage ceremonies."...
    Celebrity event planner Mindy Weiss had to reimagine her business in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.  Beverly Hills-based Weiss, the mastermind behind dreamy weddings and picture-perfect holiday winter wonderland scapes seen around social media, has worked with the likes of the Kardashian family, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin, and Ellen DeGeneres, among other notable names. But 2020 threw a wrench in her party planning. "You could imagine we went from 100 to zero in seconds," Weiss recalled during the early days of the pandemic, when weddings and milestone events were put on ice. "The panic set in. We were postponing everybody’s events — about 27 events by September. It was a constant merry-go-round of ‘should I do it? Should I not?' That’s how the micro wedding and event trend came to be," says Weiss, who is hopeful that the COVID-19 vaccine will bring positive news for the events business. The world has caught a glimpse of the designer’s portfolio around social media via her signature shiny matte balloon arches and floral displays. She brought the roaring '20s back to life for Kris Jenner’s "Great Gatsby"-themed...
    Musician Jennifer Lopez admitted she might not get married to fiancé Alex Rodriguez. Don’t worry, it doesn’t sound like a split is in the near future. However, Lopez revealed she isn’t sure marriage is in the cards for the couple during an interview published Monday by Radio Andy. “Oh yeah, we’ve talked [not getting married] that for sure,” Lopez admitted on the show. “I mean at our age, we’ve both been married before, it’s like, do we get married? Do we not? What does it mean for us? And it’s just, it comes down to like personal, like, what do you want to do? There’s definitely no rush though.” Lopez and Rodriguez were supposed to tie the knot in Italy, but cancelled the ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: Alex Rodriguez Proposed To Jennifer Lopez With $1 Million Engagement Ring) “It was just a little disappointing,” Lopez said about cancelling the wedding. “And then you just think to yourself, well, things will happen in their divine time in a way … but the same thing with like the...
    Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton performed "Nobody But You" at the 2020 Grammy Awards. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Fellow "The Voice" judges and singers Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton announced their engagement at the end of October. Stefani said in a recent episode of "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" that she and Shelton have no concrete plans for their wedding, as she wants to wait to be able to safely host her parents at the ceremony. Stefani also told Seacrest that she feels even if the ceremony were to just include family, "it's still too many people for COVID" — echoing a concern other future newlyweds have felt when contemplating risky wedding plans amid the pandemic. Other engaged celebrity couples have postponed their weddings for the time being, including Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams; and Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Fellow "The Voice" judges and singers Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton announced their engagement at the end of October. Similar to decisions other engaged couples have made in 2020 — such as opting...
    The reality TV lovebirds are upset about the 'Selling Sunset' star's catty chatter about their relationship. Heather Rae Young and Tarek El Moussa say they have no time for Christie Quinn’s trash talk. The Selling Sunset star and her fiance gave the skinny on their dynamic with Christine on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast this week, and they made it clear they know how to shut out the outspoken Oppenheim Group realtor. During the interview, which is available here, Heather, 33, quipped that she’s unsure who will be invited to her upcoming wedding to the Flipping 101 star, noting that she will have to see who she’s “talking to” when it’s time to send the invites out. Tarek chimed in to say that Heather’s co-star Christine said not-so-nice things about him and his fiancée in recent interviews, making it seem as though she isn’t on the guest list. “Christine has a big mouth,” he said. “She said some sh*tty things about us. And that’s about it. We’re not really interested in dealing with her nonsense.” The dad of...
    A bride-to-be has been criticized for suggesting her wedding guests all compete to capture the best picture on her wedding day - so she can cut back on the cost of hiring a professional photographer.   The unnamed woman, believed to be based in the US, took to That's It, I'm Wedding Shaming Facebook group, and told how she did not want to fork out for a professional photographer for her wedding.  She said she planned to ask her guests to take part in a competition to see who would snap the best pictures, and offered a prize at the end to reward their efforts.  And many were quick to take to the comments section to slam the idea - with the majority adding the bride-to-be would end up with terrible pictures of her special day.   An anonymous bride-to-be, from the US, took to a Facebook group and told how she wanted her wedding guests to all compete to capture the best picture from her best day - so she could cut back on the costs of hiring a professional. Pictured,...
    MEGHAN Markle has claimed she never sent a text message to her dad before the Royal Wedding - because he doesn’t own mobile phone. The Duchess of Sussex is currently locked in a privacy battle with Associated Newspapers, the publishers of the Mail on Sunday, after a letter she wrote to her estranged father Thomas Markle was released. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 10Meghan Markle, pictured here in Suits, messaged her dad before the Royal WeddingCredit: ABC 10Thomas Markle missed his daughter's wedding in 2018Credit: Phil Penman - The Sun Meghan last month lost a court battle to block claims she allegedly co-operated with the authors of Finding Freedom - therefore breaching her own privacy. And her lawyers today were refused permission to appeal the decision to allow the biography to be used in the privacy case. Yet in a twist, legal documents submitted by the 39-year-old's lawyers suggest the Mail on Sunday's claims that "much of the information in the book could only have originated from Meghan and Harry"...
    A groom-to-be is apparently in trouble with his fiancée after he questioned her choice of wedding dress. According to him, his bride-to-be, who is pregnant with the couple’s first child, shouldn’t wear a dress that show’s off her pregnant belly. A groom-to-be explained that the couple originally planned to get married over the summer, but had to postpone it due to the coronavirus pandemic. The couple also planned to start trying to get pregnant right before the wedding. (iStock) Posting under the name PriorDragonfruit8147, the groom-to-be explained that the couple originally planned to get married over the summer, but had to postpone it due to the coronavirus pandemic. The couple also planned to start trying to get pregnant right before the wedding. Apparently, those plans were not postponed and the bride-to-be is expecting. 'ROGUE MINISTER' GOES OFF-SCRIPT AT WEDDING, VIRAL TIKTOK VIDEO SHOWS The groom-to-be wrote, “My fiancé's original dress won't work for our wedding in December because by then she'll be almost 30 weeks pregnant, so she had to find another that would work with her stomach. I haven't seen...
    NBCUMV Kim Zolciak-Biermann If you’ve been a follower of Kim Zolciak-Biermann and her family for a long time, you would remember that Zolciak-Biermann no longer talks to her parents. Zolciak-Biermann hasn’t spoken to them in years, but why is that? According to People, what exacerbated their strained relationship was a fight that her mom had with husband Kroy Biermann during their 2011 wedding. The two got into an argument when Zolciak’s mother wasn’t allowed to use the restroom in their house. According to People, that was the last time that Zolciak-Biermann has spoken to her mother. However, though they’re no longer talking, their relationship has only gotten worse, as Zolciak-Biermann’s mother was trying to sell a tell-all book about her daughter and also sued her for grandparent’s visitation, according to People. During a 2017 episode of Don’t Be Tardy, Zolciak-Biermann talked about her relationship with her mother to her daughter, Brielle. “You can only do so much to a human being,” Zolciak-Biermann said in 2017, as noted by People. “I took it for 34 years until I finally...
    TV’s Steph and Dom Parker, 53 and 56, draw on their 23 years of marriage to solve your relationship problems . . . Q: I’ve been with my fiancé for eight years — I’m 40 and he is 52. We were living together for four years before getting engaged. I think he only proposed because I said, during a row after his friend’s wedding, that I would leave if he didn’t marry me. He did propose, but it took a year for him to buy a ring. It is small and he could have afforded better — he bought a sports car soon after. When I ask about dates and venues, he says it will cost too much. An anonymous 40-year-old woman asked for advice on her fiance being reluctant to set a date for their wedding (file image) My sister said now would be the perfect time to wed, as Covid restrictions mean few guests would be allowed and this would keep costs low. I suggested it, but he told me to stop going on. I think he...
    A BRIDE who isn’t a fan of sponge cake has showcased her amazing cookie stack - and now everyone wants one. Taking to the Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas her sister shared a snap of the tasty creation that she had made for the big day. 1A bride who doesn't like cake decided to have a giant stack of cookies insteadCredit: Facebook She explained that the couple had put their wedding off due to COVID 19 but had finally been able to celebrate. The sister had baked the cookies in several sizes and then stacked them so that they resembled wedding cake tiers. Captioning the post she wrote: “My sister's wedding has been reorganised twice, it looks nothing like she imagined including me making her wedding cake but it’s still going to be magical! “No where near professional standard but her and her fiancé do not like sponge cake so we went for a cookie stack! Recipe experimenting was immense!” Fellow group members were seriously impressed, praising her handiwork in the comments. One wrote: “I love this!! And...
    A bride-to-be is facing backlash online after admitting she doesn't want to ask her childhood best friend to be her maid of honor because she's worried her rotting teeth will ruin her wedding pictures.   The unknown woman opened up about her 'dilemma' on Facebook, but a screenshot of the appalling post was later shared on Reddit's Wedding Shaming forum, where she was criticized for being an 'awful' and 'terrible' friend.  'I'm not really trying to catch heat for this but I need opinions,' the bridezilla wrote, explaining that while she and her childhood best friend 'always talked about being in each other's weddings growing up,' she is now hesitant to ask her.  Confession: A bride-to-be has admitted that she doesn't want to ask her childhood best friend to be her maid of honor because of her rotting teeth (stock image) Going viral: The unknown woman opened up about her 'dilemma' on Facebook, but a screenshot of the appalling post was later shared on Reddit's Wedding Shaming forum The woman noted that their parents are friends, and they have known each...
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