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One Reddit Bridezilla Is Mad at Her Pregnant Maid of Honor for the Most Outrageous Reason

Time and again (and again and again), we see stories of entitled brides on the AITA subreddit who are terrified that someone is out to ruin their day or steal the spotlight. Well, we just may have found the crème de la crème of wedding a—holes. Although there is probably now a bridezilla out there saying, “Oh really? Hold my champagne.”

One mom-to-be is preparing to be the maid of honor in her high school friend Sarah’s wedding next week. She should be excited, she said in a Reddit post, but the situation has caused “a lot of anxiety” because she is 8 months pregnant, and the bride is not happy about that.

Let us set the scene: Sarah and her fiancé Dave have had a 2-year-long engagement, and OP has helped Sarah navigate the complications of planning a wedding. A “major setback” has been that Sarah and Dave don’t want children at the event, and so OP has helped handle some entitled family members who “demanded to be ‘the exception.’”

“All was well with the world until I found out I was pregnant,” OP wrote. “My husband and I have been actively trying to have a baby for the past few years with no luck. I have some medical issues which make having children extremely challenging for me, and when I found out, I thought Sarah would be happy for me, but she told me I was incredibly selfish.”

Like one commenter said, we can’t believe we just read that. That was a typo, right? There’s no way a friend would think getting pregnat is “selfish,” right? RIGHT?!

“She did the math and figured out I’d be due around the date of her wedding — which (she reminded me) I knew about well in advance,” the post said. “I tried to explain myself, but she wouldn’t hear it.”

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