Woman refuses to allow her fiancé's best friend to marry

 Marriage is a delicate thing, it requires people to dedicate themselves completely to each other and before almost everyone else. Given modern divorce rates, a lot of people seem to miscalculate when choosing their life partners.

A Redditor took to the internet to ask strangers if she had the right to threaten to annul her own wedding after tensions arose with her. fiance.



She questioned whether or not she was wrong for demanding that her fiancé rescind her best friend's invitation to their wedding.

The woman took to the r/AmItheAsshole subreddit in a now-deleted post to ask if they were right in a dispute between her, her fiancé and her fiancé's best friend. Although the original post was deleted by Reddit moderators, it is still available through another site.

According to the woman, her fiancé has been best friends with a woman named Rachel since childhood and they had to set boundaries with Rachel in the past.

Apparently, Rachel has been vying with the wife for the fiancé's attention since they've been a couple. Although it was a process, they eventually set some boundaries and it seemed like that might have settled the issue.

Everything got worse again when the woman and her fiancé were to get married.

The fiancé made Rachel his fiancé's wife and she sent the bride a terrible text.

Since Rachel had been the fiancé's friend for so long, she seemed like a natural candidate for this kind of role, but the offer seemed to send the wrong message to Rachel.

According to the woman, Rachel texted her which she summarized by saying, "Just so you know that your fiancé and I are always priority for each other…You can't easily ruin friendships like that. Just stay in your lane and accept your place.

Obviously, the wife didn't take the shocking message too well and showed it to the fiancé who resolved to talk to her. Rachel's behavior was totally unacceptable and the woman gave up.

The bride-to-be asked the groom to remove Rachel from the role of bride-to-groom or disinvite her altogether.

The fiancé first complained that the woman was being unfair and that he couldn't control Rachel's behavior and now the woman has reached out to Redditors at r/AmItheAsshole for third party opinions.

The majority of answers are in agreement with the bride.

Most of the post's commenters agree that Rachel totally deserves some kind of consequences for the post and some even say it reflects badly on the fiancé as well.

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