Daughter breaks down in tears watching her parents’ wedding video after realizing ‘they had lives’ before welcoming kids
- TikTok user @kaceyeet1 shared footage of his sister crying on the couch
- Her sister sobbed that their parents were ‘young’ and ‘so happy’
- The hilarious video has been viewed over three million times
A girl has been captured breaking down in tears watching her parents’ wedding video because she realized ‘they had a life’ and were ‘so happy’ before they had children.
TikTok user @kaceyeet1 went viral after sharing the hilarious pictures of his older sister sobbing in their living room as their mother and father exchanged vows on television.
“We’re watching our parents’ wedding and she’s crying,” she explained at the start of the 35-second clip.
Kacey panned the TV camera towards her sister, who was crying hysterically on the couch.
TikTok user @kaceyeet1 has gone viral after sharing hilarious footage of his older sister sobbing while watching their parents’ wedding videos
“They were so beautiful, and they were so young and so young and in love,” her sister said through tears
Kacey’s sister claimed they ‘ruined’ them, saying ‘they had lives’ before they were born
“They were so beautiful, and they were so young and so young and in love,” her sister said through tears.
“And then we came along,” Kacey added.
“And we ruined them!” insisted her sister, passing her hands over her face.
“Now they have to deal with anxious and disabled children. Oh my God! They had lives before us…they look so happy.
The video has been viewed over 2.9 million times and received thousands of comments in just two days.
“The sensitivity of ‘my parents were kids once too’ hits hard,” one person wrote.
“‘We ruined them,’ just sniffed around in public,” someone else added.
Others assured the sisters that their parents did not regret having them.
“You didn’t ruin them. They created you, and I guarantee you are both their greatest accomplishments. Worth every second,” one person replied.
The video has been viewed over 2.9 million times and received thousands of comments from fans who wanted an update on their parents.
Kacey explained in a follow-up clip that their parents watched the video and thought it was “very funny”, but she did not record their reaction
“Our marriage is awesome,” their mother said, insisting it was “absolutely” better thanks to their daughters. “I wouldn’t change that for anything in the world,” their father added.
“You were the best thing that ever happened to them, you are exactly what they wanted. Trust me,” someone else added.
Kacey then shared a follow-up video in which she answered viewers’ questions about their parents, who have been married for 28 years.
She explained that she has autism and her sister has type 1 diabetes, which were the disabilities they referred to in their previous video.
Kacey added that their parents watched the video and found it “very funny”, but she did not record their reaction.
“They love being our parents,” her sister noted. “I was just emotional and dramatic.”
Kacey then turned the camera to her parents and asked them a series of questions about their marriage and parenthood.
“Our marriage is awesome,” their mother said, insisting it was “absolutely” better thanks to their daughters.
“I wouldn’t change that for anything in the world,” added their father. “I love being a daughter’s father.”
When asked to share their top tip for a happy marriage, they agreed that “communication” was key.