Bride wants to stop fiancé's three-year-old daughter from attending their wedding 1 year ago

Bride wants to stop fiancé's three-year-old daughter from attending their wedding

A wedding post that has sparked a major debate.

A soon-to-be bride is furious with her fiancé and the reason is far from the usual forgetting the suits or avoiding the annoying last-minute duties.


It would appear that he's just not getting the hint that she doesn't want his daughter at their wedding...ouch, we know.

People are shocked at the way she's referred her partner's little girl and to be fair, you can see why.

The woman shared a post to Reddit describing her frustration that her husband-to-be did not understand their 'no kids' rule meant he couldn't have their daughter at the wedding.

Seems pretty harsh, when all is said and done.

"How do I tell my fiance I don’t want his daughter at our wedding? I put ‘no kids’ on the invites so I thought he’d get the point, but he keeps mentioning her being there??"

She went on that she hates having her around because she's apparently needy and always makes everything about herself.


I don't know how you grow to be an adult and not realise that toddlers are still babies - yeah they're needy because they still need help with a lot of things.

The woman in question also fears that the child will take attention away from her on her wedding day but again, the child is just three years old and completely unaware of what's happening.

Many were repulsed by her post and felt that her fiancé should call the whole thing off before it's too late;

"The groom needs to cancel the wedding ASAP"

"No red flag exists that is bigger and brighter than this one"

"Lady, when you marry a man, you marry his family [...] he needs to dump your sorry ass."


As many of the commenters have suggested, it sounds like her future husband is going to be in for a rough time if she is already trying to stop him from seeing his daughter.