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As well as having a photographer at your wedding, chances are these days that you'll also have a videographer there to capture your big moment.
And with that comes the possibility for devices to be introduced which will make the quality of the recording as crisp as it can be. Which is what this bride had completely forgotten - or so it would seem anyway.
After meeting at the end of the aisle, the pair were looking deep into each other's eyes. The groom told his partner she looked 'amazing'. I mean, what nice memories to look and, more importantly, listen back to, eh?
Well, that was until the bride leaned in to whisper: "I took a really big dump right before I came down the aisle." No one else may have heard what she had to share, but the videographer certainly knew.
Immediately after the confession, the groom laughs: "What the hell is wrong with you?" Mate, when you need to go you need to go.
He then reminded the embarrassed woman: "The videographer heard what you just said."
As the videographer zoomed in on the bride's face she can be seen muttering: "Oh God..."
The clip, which was shared on Twitter, surfaced off the back of a tweet from US talk show host Jimmy Fallon who asked people to submit their funniest wedding fails.
The groom responded to Fallon's tweet writing: "I married a pretty awesome lady. There isn't much worse she could have said, is there? It's funny every time."
We bet it is. I wonder whether she feels the same.
It's Hashtags time! Tag a tweet with #WeddingFail and then tell us a funny or weird story from a wedding you were at. Could be on the show!
- jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) June 18, 2019
Other 'wedding fail' submissions included a tumbling maid of honour, a priest using the wrong name and a father of the groom that told everyone his son had done everything right 'except marry this stupid, f***ing b****'.
Here's us thinking that sharing your toilet habits is bad enough.