The Loose Women Discuss Whether They Think Weddings Should Be Child-Free | Loose Women

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A groom caused controversy online after admitting he did not want to waste money on a babysitter on his wedding day, meaning his wife spent most of the day looking after the kids on their special day! Some have suggested the kids shouldn’t even have been at the wedding so the couple could enjoy the day and relax. Some of our panel reflect on their own weddings as they discuss whether weddings should be child free.

From series 26, broadcast on 16/08/22

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