Sahar Mourad


Woman makes a “terrible mistake” in the middle of her wedding

Woman makes a “terrible mistake” in the middle of her wedding

A woman shocked a wedding crowd when she said she had made a “terrible mistake” just as the officiant finished his speech - and before the final vows. 

Becky Jefferies was ecstatic for her special day after postponing the wedding multiple times due to Covid. 

But she and now husband Sherif Fayed finally made it to the end of the aisle and were minutes away from being married - however, something just had to go wrong. 

Being ever so polite, Becky waited for the officiant to complete his speech before grabbing the microphone and announcing that she made a “terrible mistake”.

Anyone in their right mind would have asked why she waited for the wedding to announce it – but it’s not what you would expect.

In fact, Becky had made it down the aisle only to realise at the end that she was missing half her dress! 

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"As soon as I realised what happened there was no question in my mind that I was going to grab the mic. I just wanted to wait until the officiant finished his speech," she wrote on Instagram.

"I also knew that my husband would have told me I was crazy for not stopping the ceremony if I hadn't done it."

Becky shared the hilarious footage to TikTok which shows her looking behind at her wedding planner and mouthing something while also pointing to her waist.

The officiant stopped talking when she grabbed the microphone saying: “Pause for a moment…I just realised when I got to the end of the aisle that I'm missing half my dress.

“Maybe I could put it on now?” she asked the laughing audience. 

"I'm not kidding, two nights ago I had a dream that I did this, that I walked down the aisle without it."

The video then cuts to show the wedding planner rushing down the aisle with the missing half of the dress and assisting Becky to put it on.

The video has been viewed more than 28 million times and received a whopping four million likes. 

Images: TikTok