Bride Accuses Twin Of Outshining Her At The Wedding By Not Putting On Weight

A woman said she was blamed for drawing attention to herself on her identical twin’s big day because she didn’t gain weight to match her body size. She shared the whole story anonymously on the internet and said that she was not feeling guilty about what had happened.


The woman said that through lockdown she hadn’t seen her family, including her sister, May, or even contacted them through video call because her internet connection was too weak. Previously the sister had worked out together and was of the almost same size, but when the coronavirus pandemic occurred May stopped exercising but the other sister continued her routine.

Then when May’s wedding day finally came, the sister walked in and the bride there and then exploded- pinning on her identical twin of intentionally overshadowing her on her big day. Taking the matter on Reddit, the woman said that the bride was furious. She thought that they would have stopped working out because of the coronavirus, even though they did it at home, or that they would have stopped when she announced her engagement, so they don’t steal her thunder.

The bride passed very insulting comments before throwing a drunken temper tantrum at the reception, basically accusing her sister especially, of trying to upstage her. The sister continued saying that she didn’t have that excuse because she was a designated driver so sober, but she quite famously had a low tolerance for angry or crying drunks.

The sister told her that if she was so self-conscious, she should have worked hard on her body instead of expecting others not to lose weight just to make her look better. Things got worse eventually. The family was on the sister’s side as she didn’t start it or did anything, but the bride’s to-be husband’s side of the family and her friends were not treating the woman well.

After she shared the story online, the users immediately gave their views about the whole incident. Most of them defended the woman saying that she had done nothing wrong. One user said that trying to uplift one’s confidence by putting others down never worked. He also added that he was sorry for the woman’s sister.

A second added that a wedding day was probably the day where her sister should have been the center of attention but after what had taken place, she did an exceptional job and surely would be remembered by everyone as Bridezilla. The user added that he would suggest that the sisters should work on their relationship maybe by having a therapy session.

A third person said that her sister sounded like a majorly entitled bridezilla. He questioned that how none of them, her bridesmaids, were not invited to the bachelorette or the rehearsal dinner.