5 bad things that could happen before your wedding


Brides already have a lot on their plate before their big day; so dealing with a sick relative, or a dress not being ready on time isn’t something any bride-to-be wants to go through.

We’ve compiled a list of 5 celebrities whose weddings didn’t go as planned.

The Royal wedding

Most women dream of the day their fathers walk them to their husband-to-be. For Meghan Markle this dream might not come true.

The royal wedding is set to take place this Saturday, 19 May. Reports have revealed that the bride’s father Thomas Markle is set to undergo heart surgery on Wednesday morning, meaning the bride might have to find a replacement for her father’s role in the wedding. Looks like her mother might just have to do double-duty.

The Kardashian West wedding

Having your entire family at your wedding is a beautiful thing. The memories made on the day can never be replaced. Sadly, the only memories Rob Kardashian will have of his sister Kim’s wedding is footage and pictures taken on the day. The reality TV star only found out that her brother would be missing her nuptial ceremony a few days before the big day. Even though the celebration had to go on, Kim sure would have loved to have all her siblings present.

Minnie Dlamini Jones

On her three-part wedding special, Becoming Mrs. Jones, Minnie revealed that some members of the public had gotten access to a leaked invite to her wedding. If you’re planning on getting the ceremony done on the quiet, a leaked invitation could be your worse nightmare.

Hilary Duff

According to US Magazine, Hillary lost a tooth the morning of her big day as she was helping herself to a bagel for breakfast.  Luckily for her, the wedding planner knew the best dentist in town to sort her out just in time for her vows.

Pearl Modiadie

TV presenter Pearl Modiadie has reportedly postponed her traditional wedding. Again. The ceremony was meant to take place this past weekend. The reason for this hasn’t officially been made clear to the public as the couple chooses to stay mum on the issue.

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