The TV show Don’t Tell The Bride always delivers its fair share of drama, and one engaged woman took it to another level when she discovered her fiancé had planned their wedding at Thorpe Park.
While many people enjoy a day out at a theme park, it’s usually for the thrill of rides and indulging in junk food, not exchanging vows.
Bride-to-be Kayleigh found herself in a situation she never would have chosen for such an important day, thanks to her soon-to-be husband, Steve.
Even while blindfolded, Kayleigh quickly realized her surroundings and became furious. “Why am I at Thorpe Park on my wedding day? I can hear rides and people screaming,” she exclaimed.
Her anger escalated as she questioned why they were at the amusement park. The frustration intensified when she was asked to board a rollercoaster.
Confused and upset, she voiced her discontent to her bridesmaids as they strapped her into the carriage. “Why has he done this?” she wondered.
It didn’t take long for Kayleigh to give up on the idea entirely and exit the rollercoaster. She was met by Steve, who tried to entice her back into the park with the promise of “queue jumps.”
Needless to say, her answer was a resounding no.
Fortunately, Steve had alternative plans for their wedding day. After leaving Thorpe Park, he surprised Kayleigh with a more intimate ceremony at a hotel.
However, Steve couldn’t resist injecting some fun into the celebration. He arranged for a reception at a conference center within Thorpe Park.
Kayleigh’s anger and disbelief at the idea of spending her wedding day at an amusement park earned this episode of Don’t Tell The Bride the title of “the most iconic” among fans. Many sympathized with Kayleigh and her ordeal.
Viewers expressed their opinions, with one commenting, “There’s no way I’d leave the car,” while another admitted they would enjoy the surprise but would definitely need a change of clothes.
Fortunately, Steve and Kayleigh’s wedding turned out to be a success. But there’s no denying that it was a rollercoaster of a day, both literally and figuratively.