‘Attention-seeking’ bridesmaid slammed for wearing tiara to a wedding rehearsal

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A bridesmaid has been slammed for wearing a tiara to a wedding rehersal.

A fellow wedding guest explained that a few members of the wedding party had been asked to wear casual summer dresses to the run-through, nothing over the top.

But when they arrived, they were left “mind-boggled” when they saw that the 25-year-old bridesmaid was wearing a crown on her head reported Daily Star.

Taking to Reddit, they wrote: “I’m not sure if it’s petty or not of me to post this, I’m just genuinely mind-boggled.

“We were asked to wear sundresses for it… I get there and said bridesmaid (25-year-old) has a crown on her head.

“Rhinestoned, glittery, homemade, and it stood-out.”

The guest claimed that the woman had been wearing the crown for a while before she let the bride wear it.

She then continued to wear it until it broke.

They said: “She’s not the MOH[Maid of Honour] or the sister of the bride or groom.

“She had the future bride wear it for a few minutes after that, and then she had it back on and continued to wear it until it broke.”

Originally the person posting the rant thought it was a gift, but the way the bridesmaid acted proved otherwise.

They continued: “It’s not like she was giving it as a gift because she had it on the whole time and didn’t insinuate it was a gift.

“Nobody said anything to her so I assumed it was okay, and I understand it was just the rehearsal/setup.

“It just made me cringe a bit.”

Since being posted on Reddit, it has received over 230 likes and tonnes of comments from people who agreed that the behaviour was bizarre.

One said: “You should’ve asked her why the hell did she do that for haha that’s something a child does for attention, not a grown woman.”

Another asked: “If she does this at a rehearsal, what will she do at the actual wedding? God, some people are so desperate for attention it’s unbelievable.”

With which the poster confirmed that the bridesmaid did nothing out of the ordinary during the ceremony.

The post has since been deleted.