Bride horrified after realising her married initials will have seriously dark meaning
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A bride-to-be says she's worried about what her initials will be when she's married.
Kathryn is set to tie the knot with her partner very soon, but says she's having some reservations about the whole thing:
Things have changed over recent years. While at one point it would have been seen as ludicrous for a woman not to take her hubby's name, now, it's fairly common.
Times have moved on so much to the point where men sometimes take their wife's name instead, or maybe double barrel it.
I know, what a crazy thought, eh?
And this might be something Kathryn may be considering after she revealed what she would be called if she took her betrothed's name.
Sharing her story to TikTok, she told her followers the predicament, explaining that it really wouldn't be a good look for her if she ended up changing her initials.
In one video, Kathryn joked that people are always taken aback when they find out what she's going to be called.
The video shows her looking stunned, while the caption reads: "What I tell people what my initials after wedding will be."
The post says 'If you check my profile, you will get it'.
And if you do have a look at her bio, it explains that she will be Mrs Keith come June this year.
So what's the big problem? I hear you ask.
Well, Kathryn later explained that her middle name is actually 'Keller', meaning that once she is married, her initials will be 'KKK'. Not ideal, is it?
In a separate video, Kathryn said: "For reference, when I get married, my initials will be KKK," referring that to American white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan.
"I’m obviously not affiliated with them at all, it’s just a very unfortunate circumstance.
"I'm thinking to change my middle name but I don't even know what I should change to - there are so many options."
Some of Kathryn's followers have since offered suggestions for possible new names if she were able to change it.
"If middle name is Keller, what about Ellery or Elle to keep as many letters similar as possible?" said one.
To which Kathryn replied: "Ok wait, I love this. This might be my favourite idea. I hadn't thought of that."
Another commented: "Kathryn Elaine is pretty and flows nicely... "
Others proposed the idea of simply going by her maiden name or using it as her middle name to break it up.
But Kathryn put the kibosh on that idea, saying: "Mine is so long, though."
Let's hope she finds a solution.