"I know I'm supposed to find this funny but I just feel so much pain watching this," one viewer wrote. "I feel so bad for her."
Several users on Mumsnet accused the "toxic" and "rude" grandmother of "bullying" her grandchild.
One critic wrote: "I understand you want everything to be perfect but try just living in the moment and being happy."
In general, men are more likely than women to cheat, but this gender gap in infidelity varies by age, according to a 2018 study.
The groom was left close to tears of a very different kind after his bride and best friend teamed up to give him the surprise of his life.
Kate's memorable interaction with a member of the public shown in a resurfaced video has gone viral on TikTok, with commenters likening the royal to Diana.
"Her family is literally betting against her marriage lasting, screw them," one commenter exclaimed.
She had warned her not to invite the young child, who "literally started screaming" during the vows.
The duchess took part in a friendly Commonwealth sailing race between Great Britain and New Zealand changing from a nautical-inspired ensemble to a wetsuit.
"Accidentally cause a couple to get married and live happily forever," one user commented.
According to the teen sister, "the dress got a ton of stains all over it and a few tears in the fabric" and now someone has to pay to fix it.
"This is a big f**king deal and absolutely needs to be an instant engagement and relationship ender," one user commented.
A new biography claims that the queen's lady-in-waiting told a lunch partner to "mark my words" about her assessment of the Sussexes future.
"She's not the Ronald McDonald house, she doesn't have to be out there granting wishes," wrote one Redditor.
The bride told viewers that her mother gave her away at her wedding, explaining, "I wanted her to match me."
The newly-engaged woman was warned by others about the mother-in-law's future involvement in her marriage.
"Run far, far away and bake your cakes for someone who chooses you, not their mom," one person wrote.
The grieving sister was accused of being "selfish and unsupportive" and told that her fiance "isn't coming back."
"I got so mad I called the party off and told them both to get the f%$% out of my house," the dad fumed.
As he was set to kneel before his partner with the ring in his hand, it fell to the ground and bounced into the lake.
"You just saved your relationship from unwanted bad advice, which friends give a lot," a TikToker commented.
His girlfriend was "amazed at the size of the rock" in the family heirloom, "but didn't like the ring."
"You can't force someone to lose weight," one person wrote. "She's probably feeling pretty bad about it."
"I feel like everyone else is acting absolutely crazy and I feel like I'm losing my mind," said the bride-to-be in the viral post.
"People can be so sad," one person who saw the video on Reddit wrote. "What's the point? Let them enjoy their moment."
"Ohhh my gosh you are so precious y'all were literally a blessing," one user said.
The sibling sparked anger after sharing a "sarcastic" post on social media announcing the news.
A woman banned her rivaling twin from her wedding after she allegedly told the fiancé: "If you get tired of her, you know where I am," during a speech at her engagement party.
"You're not obligated to put your life on hold because your sister is going through a different circumstance," a Redditor chimed in.
The viral TikTok video prompted many viewers to share their own advice for grooms in the comments section.