Viral video of groom being pranked by 'pregnant lover' at his wedding ceremony

Viral video of groom being pranked by 'pregnant lover' at his wedding ceremony

- A video of a couple getting pranked at their wedding has since gone viral

- In the video, a woman is seen wearing a prosthetic pregnancy before crashing the private ceremony

- After a few minutes of commotion, the prank is later revealed much to the relief of the already confused and devasted couple

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Wedding days are usually one of the best days in the lives of many women. However, not so many people are prepared for what happens when their big day turns into a nightmare.

In a video currently trending online, a bride was pranked by her bridesmaid who organised an actress to pose as a pregnant woman.

Viral video of groom being pranked by 'pregnant lover' at his wedding ceremony

The bride was left in shock during the course of the prank. Photo credit: @neeceebossladyblog/Instagram
Source: UGC

During the course of the prank, the actress accused the groom of getting her pregnant.

The bride was obviously tense but she maintained an enviable amount of calm. She even called for help when the supposed pregnant woman went into labour.

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Watch the video below:

The prank was clearly well planned, and the actress did her job well. However, some might think the prank was overboard, as many would not want their wedding day to be tampered with.

In a similar story, a flare of dramatic scenes was witnessed at a local church in Jinja after a woman disrupted a well-organised wedding of a man she claimed was her husband.

At the middle of the colourful church function ordained to bring together Martin Tibalira and his newly found love, Proscovia Nabirye, as wife and husband, a 58-year Mary Baseka Norah stood distinctly tall at the centre of the altar and opposed proceedings.

Norah, a tall, slender, and visibly weary dark woman had donned a flowery African dress. She faced the church leaders and told them the man they were about to allow to exchange vows was her legal husband.

In other news, reported that while many brides dream of extravagant weddings and having all of the bells and whistles they could ever imagine, not all brides can afford the hefty price tags that come with all the glitz and the glamour. Facebooker, Mercia Crotz, a new bride, recently shared some amazing advice with those who can't afford expensive weddings.

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"Thinking back to last year. Lorenzo and I had decided to get married on a weekend away after being broken up for just over a year. We both had the urge and desire to be together but we never had the money for our idea of a fancy wedding.
"It is every girls dream to have the fairytale do with ALL the trimmings but God convinced me otherwise. In a period of 6 weeks, we planned this wedding with no budget for dresses, suits, photograpers and the whole package that goes with it.

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