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Mzansi Is Left Stitched After A Lady Refused To Vow “Till Death Do Us Part ” In #OurPerfectWedding

#OurPerfectWedding was marred when a bride refused to swear "Till Death Do Us Part" in front of her husband-to-be.

One of the most common definitions of contentment is being married to your closest friend. In today's episode of #OurPerfectWedding, Tebogo and David say "I do" in front of family and friends. Tebogo, 34, and David, 45, are the proud parents of three gorgeous children, all of them are very adorable.

This is a women who knows exactly what she wants, and Tebogo is one of the best examples of this type. Slay queen or not, she's got a lot to live up to. As the bride put it, they're hoping to get affluent and richer. For the time being at least, she insists on declaring that she won't be breaking her promise to him until death do them part.

"For richer and for poorer," says the pastor.

For richer and for richer, I'll never go poor with him!

The groom seemed to be disappointed at her honesty. There is a question in Mzansi's mind if the bride means that if they become destitute, they will no longer love one other. She may have meant that she will not talk "poverty" into existence by saying it. We all know how important one's choice of words can be. For Makoti's sake, I'm glad she's modifying her vows. For as long as she can remember, the bride has a firm grasp of the value of her own person.

Clearly, this bride despises poverty and has no desire to bring it about. "For richer for richer" does refer to a monetary goal. She doesn't want to make a vow of poverty, but she accepts the potential of being unable to work due to illness. Being sick is something she can't do anything about, but being impoverished is something she can.

The wedding was flawless and exemplary. It was all quite traditional, down to the furniture and decorations. OurPerfectWedding would inspire you to get married even if you have no money. Ladies went all out to make the bride seem stunning on her big day. The bridegroom and his brother have such striking resemblances, it's hard to tell them apart.

If I had my way, wedding themes would keep you away from the festivities. They both felt that this was the perfect wedding for them. Take a look at the rest of their wedding photos.

Sources:

https://t.co/l9pljUvmJB

https://t.co/KCEvUWwfc5

https://twitter.com/ConnectTV_SA/status/1513184039984943106?t=pkb-s1krgnW-3Q8wlbJXlg&s=19

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David Mzansi Tebogo

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