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Moment cow objects to couple getting married by mooing as they say their vows

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Harry and Amy Millard (pictured) were probably hoping for a quiet day before their picturesque summer wedding was interrupted by a cheeky cow.

This is the hilarious moment a cheeky cow objected during a beaming couple’s wedding ceremony not just once but twice.

When Harry and Amy Millard imagined their beautiful summer wedding at Crowcombe Court in Somerset, they were probably hoping for a quiet day.

However, as the officiant began asking the cheerful wedding guests if they had any objections, a cheeky cow decided to steal the newlyweds’ attention.

Slowly approaching the guests dressed in suits of various shades of green with hints of pastel pink, the cow let out a resounding moo as the officiant was mid-sentence.

“To proceed now I must ask if anyone here present…” the official said, before the bold farm animal broke free.

Harry and Amy Millard (pictured) were probably hoping for a quiet day before their picturesque summer wedding was interrupted by a cheeky cow.

Harry and Amy Millard (pictured) were probably hoping for a quiet day before their picturesque summer wedding was interrupted by a cheeky cow.

The crowd let out a burst of thunderous laughter, as Harry looked at his girlfriend and joked, “I knew that was going to happen.”

As the officiant jokingly “duly noted” the animal’s statement and the laughter began to die down, she began to continue, but not for long.

Before the cow let out another loud interruption, the officiant managed to say: ‘If anyone here knows of any legal impediment…’

Once again, when the cow echoed its moo across the field, so did the laughter of the guests and the bride and groom.

However, this time the officiant did not let the cow – or the laughter – dissuade her from finally asking the non-bovine beings present if they had any objections.

Seeing the positive side of the farm animal’s stellar comedy, the attendees, the couple and the officiant gave a brief laugh before quickly moving on.

Cows aside, the couple, who have been together for more than nine years, had a beautiful celebration at the Grade I listed country house.

After making their relationship official in December 2015 in Harry’s red Citreon C2, the groom made a slew of heartfelt promises to his blushing bride in their vows.

‘I promise to give you my love and friendship, to be there for you when you need me most and to laugh, cry and trust you.

Despite the rude bovine guest, the guests, both bride and groom, saw the funny side of the cheeky wedding crasher's objections.

Despite the rude bovine guest, the guests, both bride and groom, saw the funny side of the cheeky wedding crasher's objections.

Despite the rude bovine guest, the guests, both bride and groom, saw the funny side of the cheeky wedding crasher’s objections.

The cow not only interrupted once, but TWICE, as the officiant attempted to ask the human guests if they had any objections to the young couple's union.

The cow not only interrupted once, but TWICE, as the officiant attempted to ask the human guests if they had any objections to the young couple's union.

The cow not only interrupted once, but TWICE, as the officiant attempted to ask the human guests if they had any objections to the young couple’s union.

And he added lovingly: ‘Everything I have I share with you.’

The bride’s father shared his tearful speech, expressing his love and admiration for his daughter and her new husband.

‘I’d like to tell you a little about Amy. “She has grown into a beautiful and intelligent young woman,” she said.

While she noted her daughter’s ambition and how she constantly strives to achieve all of her goals, she focused her attention on her new “son.”

“We couldn’t ask for a kinder man for our daughter, and [are] “It’s lucky to have a son who is kind and thoughtful and will go out of his way to help anyone,” she shared through tears.

But not all disruptive wedding guests are funny like the comical cow, who forced her way onto the newlyweds’ special day.

A bride was left embarrassed and red-faced when her future husband’s mother began berating her at the altar after she joked about her fiancĂ©’s “flaws” during a speech.

In a now-deleted TikTok video, originally posted by the bride’s sister in 2020, the groom’s mother can be heard shouting, “You don’t have to say my son has flaws.”

The bride’s sister, Sarah Ragsdale, of San Jose, California, wrote in the caption: “My sisters got married a few years ago.

‘Her MIL has always hated her. They are just one of those THOUSANDS who feel like my sister is taking her child.”

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