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    Britney Spears and Sam Asghari have a date for their wedding. They're just not telling anyone when it is.  The actor, 28, shared a Mother's Day post on Sunday celebrating the Toxic singer, 40, where he revealed that the two know when they'll be tying the knot.  'Our lives have been a real life fairytale happy mother's day to you my soon to be queen,' he wrote on the picture. 'Also the big day has been set! But nobody will know until the day after.'  Keeping it secret: Britney Spears and Sam Asghari have a date for their wedding. They're just not telling anyone when it is The picture showed the pair leaning in for the kiss while Spears flipped off the camera with her ring finger.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Britney Spears gives a peek at her WEDDING VEIL ahead of... 'This is going to be my baby daddy': Pregnant Britney Spears... Share this article Share The huge sparkling diamond on her finger shined brilliantly for the camera.  Spears revealed a...
    A couple of would-be newlyweds thought their luck had run out when flights to their wedding destination of Las Vegas were canceled and the prospect of getting married that day seemed to crumble. Oklahomans Pam and Jeremy Salda wanted to tie the knot in a small Las Vegas celebration on Tuesday but when they landed at Dallas Fort Worth on April 24 the pair realized their connecting flight had been canceled. Yet it wasn't long before their luck turned and they were riding high again as another passenger overheard their problem and revealed he was an ordained minister who could wed them in the air.  Chris Mitcham, whose plane to Las Vegas was also canceled, booked tickets with the couple on Southwest Flight 2690 from Dallas Love Field Airport to Las Vegas via Phoenix. Oklahomans Pam and Jeremy Salda wanted to tie the knot in a small Las Vegas but instead got married in a plane Pam walked up the aisle at 37,000 feet on Southwest Flight 2690 from Dallas Love Field Airport to Las Vegas via Phoenix The crew set the mood...
    Fairly or not, he has been labelled as the ultimate product of nepotism. But Brooklyn Beckham has finally outshone his parents by selling his wedding to Vogue magazine. As the 23-year-old is set to marry American heiress Nicola Peltz in front of 300 guests, The Mail on Sunday can reveal the couple will appear on the cover of the fashion bible – eclipsing the deal his parents sealed with downmarket OK! magazine for their nuptials in 1999. There will be further photographs of Brooklyn and Nicola, 27, and their A-list guests across several pages inside the publication, thought to be the June edition. There is also speculation the wedding will appear in both the US and UK versions, which are edited by David and Victoria’s friends Anna Wintour and Edward Enninful. A small selection of photos will go up on their social media today, along with some video footage. Brooklyn Beckham has finally outshone his parents by selling his nuptials to American heiress Nicola Peltz to fashion bible Vogue magazine As the 23-year-old is set to marry American heiress Nicola Peltz...
    Your wedding day may be the best day of your life – but the honeymoon period really is short-lived, according to researchers. Physical and mental wellbeing goes up as couples prepare to tie the knot but slumps after the ceremony, Denver University psychologists found. Newlyweds report lower life satisfaction, higher levels of psychological distress and increased alcohol consumption not long after saying 'I do'.  Your wedding day may be the best day of your life – but the honeymoon period really is short-lived, according to researchers (stock image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next EXCLUSIVE: Poisoner dubbed the Black Widow who killed her... Three wedding dresses, three wedding planners and three huge... Share this article Share The study, reported in the Journal of Family Psychology, tracked the wellbeing of 168 people before and after they married. Researchers said the results suggested the strength of the relationship was what boosted their health. They added: 'Our hypothesis was that individuals who transition to marriage would report increases in general health. But this was not supported.'
    A COUPLE were left devastated after spending £35,000 on their wedding, only for guests to stay just 15 minutes. Nisrina Sayeed shared her story on TikTok, revealing that despite their short stay, her guests had the cheek to take the food away with them. 2Nisrina Sayeed and her husband spent £35k on their wedding only for guests to leave 15 minutes laterCredit: @nisrinasayeed/Tiktok 2The bride and groom were left devastated Posting a video of her Indonesian wedding on her account, the bride wrote: “Thinking about how me & my husband (and my family) spent £35k on my wedding just to have people leave with takeaway food and literally stay for 15-30 mins.  “Leaving us traumatised of our own wedding. What a waste of a nice dress & decor. (sic).” The video has since gone viral receiving over two million views and hundreds of comments begging Nisrina to share more details. While the bride never revealed exactly why guests left after such a short time, she did explain that due to COVID they had been forced to move their wedding from...
    TEEN Mom 2 fans mocked Ashley Jones and Bar Smith for having dinner at Jack in the Box after their secret wedding. The duo tied the knot before filming for the MTV reality show and their romance hit the rocks shortly after. 1Ashley Jones revealed the details of her low-key wedding day on Teen Mom 2 Ashley shared what should have been exciting news with viewers during Tuesday's Teen Mom 2 season premiere. She confessed that she and Bar had tied the knot prior to filming, adding that they didn't even exchange vows at a local court house. The MTV star told cameras: "While the cameras weren’t around, Bar and I went and got married. "It wasn’t even a court house ceremony. We just had my mom sign the documents. "We didn’t take a single photo, we didn’t have a nice dinner." She continued: "I literally think we went to Jack in the Box." Most read in EntertainmentIN JEOPARDY Jeopardy! host Mayim claps back as fans slam actress for show changeBABY ONE MORE TIME Britney Spears goes NUDE & says...
    Former Princess Mako's 'commoner' husband Kei Komuro dressed comfortably as he attempted to pass the New York State Bar Exam on day two of the test - having failed his first try just months before his partner sensationally quit the Japanese royal family to start a new life with him in the US. Mako, 30, who is the eldest daughter of Crown Prince Fumihito and niece of reigning Emperor Naruhito, gave up her royal title to marry 'commoner' Komuro last October in a small civil ceremony. The couple, who were engaged for eight years before tying the knot, have since moved to a one-bedroom apartment in New York, where Komuro works at New-Jersey based firm Lowenstein Sandler LLP.  Komuro first sat the New York State Bar Exam last July, three months before his wedding to Mako, however it was revealed in November that he had failed. Now, he is making a second attempt at the qualification, with photographers catching him entering a testing center in New York City on Wednesday to sit the second half of the two-day exam, with...
    Former Trump White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah told The View on Friday that a couple members of her family boycotted her wedding because of her criticism of former President Donald Trump. “I recently got married back in November, and this is such a tough topic, so keep in mind two things: Covid has made people shrink their friend groups, their family groups. People aren’t being around each other if they are not open to getting vaccinated,” said Farah, who tied the knot with Justin Griffin. “Add to that, political polarization. In my situation, personally, I had to deal with two people very close to me, my father and step-mother, who didn’t want to attend my wedding.” When asked by co-host Joy Behar about the reason for the boycott, Farah cited “political differences after I spoke out against President Trump.” “The answer was simple. Like, I love them. They were welcome to be there on my end,” she added. “But if they didn’t want to be there, why would I interrupt my special day by trying to have them there.” Farah made the revelation during a discussion prompted...
    "When I brought this to my sister's attention she said that the groomsmen (I'll call him John) is my date," she wrote. "She told me John is single so it made sense to 'pair us up' and have us be each other's dates." The decision, she insisted, is not about cutting costs, as her family is reportedly paying upwards of $75,000 for the wedding. She added that other bridesmaids and groomsmen are permitted to bring plus-ones. "I've been out for 15 years," she said. "I took a girl to my prom. My parents and sister have taken me to pride parades in the past. Everyone knows I'm gay and it's never been a problem but now I feel like it is." Unhappy with the response she got from her sister, the bridesmaid took her gripes to her parents. They told her, she said, that she was being "self-centered" and said that her sister "can do as she pleases" since it's her wedding. "I feel like it's homophobia no matter what my sister and parents say,"...
    WHEN it comes to weddings, there's one well-known rule - avoid white at all costs unless told otherwise. But one guest brazenly ignored the age old tradition when she turned up in a slinky silk white gown to her friend's big day. 2One wedding guest, believed to be from the UK, decided to wear white to her friend's weddingCredit: Reddit Taking to Reddit, a UK-based bride-to-be explained how she was looking at a hashtag for a wedding venue when she stumbled upon the shocking image of a woman donning a floor-length bridal-inspired gown. To clear up any assumptions, she wrote a caption alonside the snap which clarified: "This is not the bride." Unsurpisingly, many were left shocked by the guests's choice of dress. "Wtf! I thought this was a post in r/weddingdress and was gonna comment ”that looks amazing!”wrote one, while a second joked: "A glass of merlot is going to show up beautifully on that dress.' FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED A third noted: "Wearing a white/cream dress of any style is...
    IT'S supposed to be the happiest day of your life - but as any brides will tell you, the run-up to your wedding is STRESSFUL. Luckily for most couples, that anxiety just melts away the second you lay eyes on each other on the special day - but for newlywed Meghan, that sadly wasn't the case. 5The bride managed to get £150 back from the floristCredit: TikTok 5This is what she wanted her centrepieces to look likeCredit: TikTok 5The bride claims her wedding planner had to source these vases on the dayCredit: TikTok In a viral video, the TikToker explained how she tied the knot at a stunning art-deco venue in Florida last year. But three months on and she was still fuming about how the £2,600 floral arrangements didn't look ANYTHING like she'd hoped. She said: "I still cannot get over my florist ruining my wedding." After looking through pictures of previous weddings the venue has hosted, Meghan decided she wanted some statement displays at the top of the aisle. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH...
    A woman who was inspired to transform her physique after struggling to find a wedding dress that fit has unveiled her amazing transformation after losing 98lbs. Meredith Hutson, 26, from Texas, was left devastated after trying on wedding dresses following her engagement and finding they wouldn't zip up due to her weight. The hairdresser - who weighed 256lbs at her heaviest - set to work on losing weight in August 2019 with just over a year to go until her wedding to now husband Steven Hutson, 25, and now weighs 145lbs. Previously, she would breakfast on donuts before dining on fast food all day, but now her diet is full of lean protein.  By her wedding day in November 2020, Meredith had lost 49lbs and fit into her wedding dress but she didn't stop there, as she went on to lose another 56lbs and dropped eight dress sizes. Breakfast: Egg whites, turkey bacon with English muffin or protein pancakes Lunch: Tuna with crackers or Chicken Salad sandwich Snacks:  Beef Jerky, Yogurt, Protein drinks/bars/oatmeal Dinner: Grilled Chicken with black beans or potatoes...
    A dog-loving groom has ditched his mates and has chosen his pet dog to be best man at his wedding instead. Shane, 34, and Amanda Hudson, 32, tied the knot in Michigan with their beloved pet pup, Weller, suited and booted right next to them. The three-year-old mastiff and Staffordshire bull terrier mix joined the couple as they said, 'I do' and partied into the night with guests - all whilst wearing a special doggy tuxedo. Shane and Amanda, both from Hazel Park, Michigan, were desperate for their much-loved pet pooch to be part of their special day and decided only the most important of roles would do. Shane and Amanda Hudson tied the knot in Michigan with their beloved pet pup, Weller, suited and booted right next to them The couple wanted to include their pup in the celebrations and decided to make him 'Best Boy'   Shane, who works in sales, said: 'We knew that we wanted him included in the wedding. We thought maybe we would make him a ring bearer but ultimately landed on him being the...
    A woman has revealed how she broke up with her husband the day after their wedding because he ignored her one request and grabbed her by the back of the head to smash her face into their cake. The woman wrote into US magazine Slate's advice column Dear Prudence, under the moniker Give Him Til February, and explained how she got married just before Christmas but is now hoping to get a divorce or annulment before the end of January due to her husband's disrespect. She revealed she told him the day after her wedding that it was 'over' but during the Christmas holidays many friends told her to give him a second chance and not give up at the first hurdle.  Journalist Jenée Desmond-Harris who writes the Agony Aunt column advised her to continue with the divorce, and even questioned her friends writing: 'Make a mental note about which of your loved ones don’t seem to value your happiness'. The woman wrote into US magazine Slate's advice column Dear Prudence, under the moniker Give Him Til February, and explained how she...
    SHE thought her dreams had come true when her boyfriend proposed in front of the castle at Disneyland Paris. But just two weeks after their fairytale wedding, a new wife was left crushed when her husband turned round and told her he didn't love her anymore - and hadn't for some time. 2Celsie Jones took to TikTok to reveal her devastation over her husband leaving her two weeks after their weddingCredit: Tiktok/@uk.natura Celsie Jones took to TikTok to share her story in response to the question "Tell me about the time where a guy did something that lowered your self esteem to the depths of hell". "So this will be an interesting one," she began. "He proposed to me in the most magical way, in front of the castle at Disneyland Paris. "We then had a child together. Our original wedding got postponed because of Covid. "So then he married me, told me he’d spend the rest of his life with me, told me every single day throughout our relationship that he loved me...
    A COUPLE had their wedding reception in a local Beefeater restaurant after their venue cancelled at the last minute. Sean and Emma Brown had been due to celebrate with family and friends at Wynyard Hall in Billingham on 27 November, following their wedding at a local church. 3Sean and Emma Brown had their wedding reception at a local Beefeater after their venue cancelled at the last minute due to damage from Storm ArwenCredit: NCJ Media However, they got a call from the hall at 10am on the day of their wedding saying they'd been left with no power due to Storm Arwen, and therefore would be unable to have their reception there. Luckily, Sean's sister-in-law stepped in to save the day, by offering the Broomside Park Beefeater - where she works - as an alternative venue. "My sister-in-law called and said basically from 12.30 we have 85 people with nowhere to go would you be able to put on food and some kind of reception and they rose to the occasion," Sean told ... "They went...
    A bride was slammed after revealing plans to ban all guests over the age of 70 from her wedding because they might take some of the attention away from her.  The woman, thought to be from the US, took to Reddit and asked if she was the a*****e for not wanting to invite any elderly guests, including her and her fiancé's grandparents.    She revealed that her fiancé's grandmother has Alzheimers' Disease, which she described as 'really depressing' and that her own elderly relatives need a lot of help and attention.   The post was widely condemned by other Reddit users who said the bride was selfish. However a handful of commenters said it was no different to banning children from a wedding.    The woman, thought to be from the US, took to Reddit and asked if she was the a*****e for not wanting to invite any elderly guests, including her and her fiancé's grandparents  According to the post, the bride did not want elderly and unwell relatives stealing the limelight at her wedding The post said: 'My fiancé and I decided that...
    A woman who walked down the aisle in her 88-year-old grandmother's wedding dress says she will 'treasure the incredible moment forever'   Allie Livingwater, 23, from  tied the knot with partner Timothy, 27, on September 25th at Turners Falls, Massachusetts wearing her grandma, Anne Cooke's dress. The pharmacy student discovered the 60-year-old white lace gown in a black trash bag in her grandmother's basement in 2016 and immediately knew she wanted to wear it as her 'something borrowed'. While the stunning dress required no alterations, it required a clean after being stored in the basement since 1961, and Allie added a hoop skirt underneath the gown.  Anne Cooke, 88, was delighted that her 23-year-old granddaughter wore her wedding dress on her big day in September. She is pictured on her wedding day in 1961  Allie Livingwater tied the knot with partner Timothy, 27, on September 25th at Turners Falls, Massachusetts. She is pictured with her grandmother on her wedding day  Anne is pictured holding her granddaughter's hands ahead of walking down the aisle in her 60-year-old wedding dress  'My grandma couldn't believe I decided to...
    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 29-year-old surgical technician who was set to be married this summer - but died after not taking the COVID-19 vaccination over unfounded fears it would make her infertile - will be mourned in the church she had booked to say her vows.Samantha Wendell, of Grand Rivers, Kentucky, was set to walk down the aisle at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lisle, Illinois, in late August with her fiancé Austin Eskew, a correctional sergeant.Instead, funeral services for the 29-year-old will be held on Saturday at the same church, where her parents had married years ago, according to NBC News.The couple had both refused to get vaccinated after Wendell's co-workers incorrectly told the bride-to-be, who wanted to have three to four children, that the vaccine can cause infertility.   Samantha Wendell (right), of Grand Rivers, Kentucky, was set to walk down the aisle in late August with her fiancé Austin Eskew (left), a correctional sergeant Pictured: Samantha Wendell, a 29-year-old who was set to be married this summer, but died after not taking the COVID-19 vaccination over unfounded fears it would make her...