Most mother-of-the-brides worry about what to wear to their daughter's wedding.
And it seems likes on mum got it totally wrong, according to people on the internet.
The bride's mum was slammed in an online forum after she was seen wearing a leopard print dress, complete with thigh-high split to her daughter's wedding.
Photos of the eye-catching dress were posted in a wedding shaming group, with the caption: “I’m not a regular mom, I’m a cool mom.”
And people weren't afraid to give their opinion on the outfit choice, as one social media user brand her a "hoochie mama."
Many other people slammed the mum for taking the attention away from the bride with the outfit.
One blasted: “IT’S NOT ABOUT YOU.”
While another added: “Oh my word. It’s all about her. That dress is hideous.”
A third chimed in: “That slit ruins the whole dress. It doesn’t even look finished to me because of it.”
While a fourth slammed the loud design, writing: “Of course it is animal print.”
Despite the backlash, one person defended the woman, saying she wanted to make an effort with her child’s wedding.
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She wrote: “I’m mum of the groom in October. I’m going all out for my boy.”
Meanwhile one bride herself hit headlines this week as she was accused of treating her wedding guests like "inmates" with a "rude" list of rules.
The collection of rules were set to be handed out to guests as instructions for what to do on the big day and it included “no phones” and “pace yourself when drinking”.
Other rules included “don’t show up late”, “no rushing anyone” and “no nit-picking”.
We wonder if she would allow her mum to wear leopard print…
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