The Panel Discuss Whether Parents Should Be Expected To Pay For Their Children’s Wedding | LW

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A Reddit post gained viral attention this month after a bride complained about her mother for not paying for her wedding. We ask, is it a rite of passage to get your parents to foot the bill for your wedding, or is this an archaic, outdated tradition?

From series 25, broadcast on 03/12/21

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