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Mother of the groom is slammed online for wearing a bridal dress to her son's wedding

A mother-in-law has been heavily criticised for wearing a bridal-style dress to her son's wedding, with people calling it a 'murderous' offence.

The woman, who has been kept anonymous online, shocked her wedding party in a floor length lace frock that looked almost identical to the bride's dress.

A 'distant member of the family' shared an image of the bride and mother-in-law together to a wedding shaming group on Facebook, saying they even had the same sleeves.

A mother-in-law has been heavily criticised for wearing a bridal-style dress to her son's wedding, with people calling it a 'murderous' offence

Very quickly it became apparent that others would have despised this turn of events at their own nuptials with some suggesting it was 'a murderous offence'.

'I wouldn't have any pictures with her or any taken of her. That's so disrespectful to the bride and groom,' one person said.

'Also yes, it's ice blue, but it's still horribly wrong for a mother-in-law to wear at the wedding. It still looks like a bridal gown. My MIL wore ice blue too but it was clearly not a bridal gown,' another said.

Very quickly it became apparent that others would have despised this turn of events at their own nuptials with some suggesting it was 'a murderous offence'

A third added: 'Okay which is the bride? That's how similar those dresses are.'

Some even pointed out that it looked like the mother-in-law was holding a sharp object in her right hand, slightly hidden from view.

'MIL is most definitely holding a table knife. Like 100 per cent,' one person said.

'Why's she holding a shiv?' another said.

The general rule at a wedding is that anyone who isn't the bride needs to wear a colourful dress that wouldn't 'upstage' the leading lady.

While some people choose to wear a bold colour, even those who opt for a cream-coloured gown usually pick one with a floral design on it. 

The general rule at a wedding is that anyone who isn't the bride needs to wear a colourful dress that wouldn't 'upstage' the leading lady (stock image)

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