Woman explains why she dumped 70-year-old boyfriend on their wedding day
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There have been some pretty dramatic wedding disasters over the years, some more shocking than others.
Whether that is a bride reading out her fiancé's cheating texts instead of her vows or having to make your own wedding cake the night before the big day - which I think we can all agree is pretty dramatic, right?
However, on the day the pair were set to tie the knot and commit themselves to each other for the rest of their lives, Moser decided to pull the plug.
For those unaware of their TV presence, Moser and Sykes appeared in the 2021 series two of Marrying Millions, a popular TV series that matches up a wealthy individual with someone who is less affluent.
And all was going well for the TV pair, until Moser decided to put the breaks on their relationship.
Explaining her decision online, Moser said: "I almost married a 70-year-old on national TV and dumped him on our wedding day.
"I came to my senses. We were very different."
Moser posted about her wedding day dumping to TikTok, leaving many users on the video platform shocked at the fashion she dumped her older partner.
Over a track that stated 'it's not big deal', Moser posted an on-screen text that said: "So what I almost married a 70 y/o on national TV and dumped him on our wedding day."
Many flocked to comment section to support Maher, while others firmly lied in the camp of Sykes.
"He was so genuine and you let your family ruin it," one TikTok user wrote.
A second added: "I was sad for him, he really cared for you."
Meanwhile, a third remarked: "Honestly after watching that episode I had mad respect for you. Most women in your shoes would have still went for it for the money."
And a fourth penned: "Loved you 2 together. but I totally get why. live your life!"
Moser preciously spoke about her relationship with Sykes in an interview with Fox back in 2020, where all seemed to be sunshine and roses.
"We just connected through Instagram. Neither one of us really knows how," Moser recalled.
"We were just kind of following each other for a year or so and just seeing each other's photos and liking whatever, and we never really talked.
"But then he just randomly sent me a couple of messages and we started talking and then we met. And then the rest is history."