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Bride sends brother’s pregnant wife savage diet plan with wedding invite

A man said his sister sent his pregnant wife a diet plan along with the invitation to her wedding.

The anonymous fella explained in a post on Reddit that his sibling is due to tie the knot in two months.

We all know just how stressful weddings can be, so it's understandable for the bride to be feeling the pressure.

But she did take things too far when she sent the wedding invites to her brother and his wife.

So when the moment came for the couple to open the RSVP, it wasn't exactly a moment of joy.

He wrote on the forum: "She came to me and handed me the envelope and she looked so upset almost crying.

"I opened it and found that my sister sent a 30-day pre-wedding diet plan."

The man was left speechless and didn't know how to respond to his sister's RSVP.

He added: "I don't know whose idea this is or who made this plan but it's awful. Literally the worst thing I've seen in a while.

"My sister basically wanted my wife (she's pregnant) to lose weight by following this diet so she could look 'fit' at the wedding."

After taking a closer look at the invite, the man then noticed the plan wasn't even suited to his wife's dietary needs.

It included meals his wife was allergic to and claimed she's not even part of the wedding ceremony.

Although he's aware his sister's big day is important, he knows that she's not being reasonable with the invite.

The conversation turned into an argument with his sister claiming he's just "ruining" her big day when he said he wouldn't attend.

And when their mum found out about their tiff, she told her son to be more supportive of his sister.

Now posting on Reddit, the man asked users if they thought he had made the wrong move with his family.

One wrote: "Who the hell demands someone else go on a diet to attend a f***ing wedding?"

Another added: "Your family is insane. As her brother, you are to support her as much as she is to respect your wife."

A third slammed: "You can send your sister a 30-day pre-wedding personality repair plan."

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