OK mother-in-laws from hell, it’s time to pack up your cauldrons and call it a day – you’ve just been royally outdone.
Because this MIL broke the cardinal rule of weddings – wait, no – life.
SHE BOUGHT A WEDDING DRESS TO WEAR TO HER OWN SON’S WEDDING.
(Technically, it’s a “floor-length white evening gown”, but if that isn’t directly translated to “wedding dress” then I must be a one-legged martian named Gerald.)
The traumatised bride, Natalie204, took to online forum Mums Net to vent her frustrations and basically ask the internet 'what the actual f*ck?'.
'My MIL showed me a photo of her dress and jacket she has bought for our wedding it's beautiful floor length white evening dress and white jacket,' Natalie began.
"But I was brought up to never wear just white/cream to a wedding as a guest. I mentioned that it's not good etiquette to wear all white to a wedding.
"She was shocked and had never heard this before, my comment has now made things frosty."
The bride-to-be says her family will be vocal about the MIL's choice of dress if she doesn't choose to change colours.
"I know my family will mention to her on the day how it's not appropriate to be wearing white."