Our expert says:
Sounds like the Bridezilla syndrome. The youngest usually get spoiled and used to having everything their own way ; but there's a modern tradition of exaggerating the wedding, and encouraging brides to become monstrous dictators and hysterically demanding through the Big Day ( and then ignore the woman for the rest of her life ) - it's one day of being treated as far too important, and then years of not being recognized as important enough.
Maybe the combination of pregnancy hormones AND Bridezilla is not a great idea, and an argument for separating pregnancy and weddings by some months ?
Like Lebo, I dont think drama queens shoudl receive applause.
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