A bride almost ended her relationship after her rugby-crazy groom had organized the wedding on a rugby field – and did not invite family to Don & # 39; t Tell The Bride.
In tonight's episode of the E4 show, Charlotte, 20, from Devon, insists that she wants an intimate, family-oriented opportunity for her dream day – but Wesley, 22, instead opts for a five-minute ceremony at rest.
And their relationship is pushed to the limit when, days before the wedding, Wesley admits that he has not invited any of her loved ones.
& # 39; So he's not even going to bother inviting my Nan? & # 39; Charlotte rages on hearing the news. & # 39; I will not marry him. And I mean it. I'm moving, I won't be with him. & # 39;
Wesley, 22, is planning his marriage to Charlotte, 20, to take place during the tranquility of a rugby match in Leicester in tonight's Don & # 39; t Tell The Bride episode
The couple met two years ago during a night out in Devon, and oneAfter nine months, Wes asked the question.
Since the couple has welcomed their baby Lockie, Charlotte reveals that she has her hands full and says Wesley & # 39; so much harder to care for & # 39; then the baby.
But sports crazy Wesley has more than just family life in mind and explains: & Rugby is a huge part of my life. I am good at it. I just love rugby. More than Charlie. & # 39;
And while Charlotte has always dreamed of a white wedding and wants to feel like a real princess on the big day, Wesley says he wants her to experience the rugby lifestyle.
& # 39; I want Charlotte to experience the same feeling as I do in that field & # 39 ;, he explains. & # 39; I just know the crowd will be there and Charlie buzzes. & # 39;
In tonight's E4 show episode, the pair ended up in a quick five-minute ceremony for 26,000 people in a rugby stadium. Exchanging vows pictured
Wesley desperately starts calling some of England's best rugby stadiums to see where he can get married, as Charlotte reveals that she wants something small and intimate, with just friends and family.
And while he is struggling to find a local stadium that they can run onto during the break, he finally gets the green light from Welford Road Stadium.
However, because it is a live match, he has said that he can only come on the field for five minutes, so that nobody can be late.
The rugby obsessed groom plans the reception in the parking garage and rushes through the rest of the schedule, buys bridesmaid dresses and Charlotte & # 39; s wedding dress.
Wesley (photo) admits that until the days before he had invited no one from Charlotte & # 39; s family, making their relationship almost disastrous
The couple marries in a quick five-minute ceremony during the break in the rugby game of Leicester Tiger
But it soon becomes clear that there is something great that the groom has forgotten.
Days before the wedding, Wesley admits to his future mother-in-law Cindy that he has not actually invited any friends or relatives of Charlotte.
& # 39; I forgot to write down all of Charlie's numbers, & # 39; s he says, to which a bewildered Cindy asks: & # 39; Did you not think of people like Nan when you booked the location and organized things? She is a big part of your life. & # 39;
Wes adds: & # 39; No, I did that. I thought about her and I just thought she would be best at home. & # 39;
When Wesley leaves, Cindy immediately calls her daughter to tell her the news that her grandmother has not been invited to the wedding.
Despite her first thoughts, Charlotte calls the wedding day & # 39; the best ever & # 39; and she says & # 39; really proud & # 39; to be on her husband. Pictured together after the ceremony
The couple (photo) makes the decision in a fast five-minute ceremony for 26,000 people in a rugby stadium
Charlie is shocked and furious: & # 39; So he doesn't even bother inviting her? I will not marry him. I'm leaving. I will not be with him.
& # 39; Because he can't treat my Nan like that. How can he be so stupid? & # 39;
Despite her reservations, she continues the wedding and takes the journey of five and a half hours to the stadium of Leicester Tiger.
Traditional wedding music is played during the game for the thousands of people and, despite her initial reservations, Charlotte says she & # 39; overjoyed & # 39; is.
And when their quick five-minute wedding was over, the couple hurried into the parking lot to receive their reception.
Charlotte calls the day & # 39; perfect & # 39 ;, he says: & # 39; it's probably the best ever. I am very proud of you. I'm in love with this. And you. & # 39;
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