Woman Shouted ‘I Object’ at My Wedding, Begged My Groom to Spend 6 Months with Her — His Reply Had a Shocking Outcome

Emma’s world shatters when Steve’s ex, Susan, interrupts the ceremony to announce that she’s dying and begs Steve to spend her last six months with her. Shocked and betrayed, Emma demands answers, only to find Steve torn between his past and their future.

It was supposed to be the happiest day of Emma’s life. The sun was shining, the flowers were perfect, and she was standing at the altar in her dream dress, about to marry Steve, the love of her life. Everything was perfect—until it wasn’t.

The ceremony had just started, and the officiant was speaking those beautiful words about love and commitment. Emma was barely listening, too wrapped up in the moment, staring into Steve’s eyes. That’s when it happened. “I object!” The words sliced through the air, sharp and cold. Every head in the crowd turned, including Emma’s.

A woman Emma had never seen before was standing in the middle of the aisle. She was shaking, her face pale, her eyes wild with desperation. “Steve, I’m dying,” the woman said as she shambled toward the altar. “I have six months to live. I’m begging you not to marry this woman, just for the next six months, and spend them with me instead. It’s my dying wish because you are the love of my life.”

Emma’s heart stopped. She looked at Steve, expecting him to laugh or tell her to leave, but he didn’t. His face turned ashen, and he glanced at Emma, guilt written all over his features. “Who is this?” Emma demanded, her voice trembling. “Steve, what is going on?” Steve swallowed hard. “Emma, this is Susan. She’s… she’s my first love.”

First love? The words echoed in Emma’s mind. This woman was claiming to be dying and begging her fiancé to leave her for her. She felt like she was in a nightmare. “I need to talk to her,” Steve said, looking at Emma with pleading eyes. “Just for a moment.” He left before she could say anything, marching down the aisle to where Susan stood. The guests were whispering, the tension thick in the air.

All Emma could do was watch as Steve and Susan walked outside, leaving her standing there, her dream wedding crumbling around her. Minutes felt like hours. She could hear murmurs and see curious glances from the guests, but all she could think about was Steve and this Susan woman. What did she mean to him? Was he actually considering leaving her?

Finally, the door opened, and Steve walked back in alone. His face was a mixture of sadness and resolve. He took a deep breath and faced the crowd, but his eyes were on Emma. “Everyone, I have an announcement,” he began, his voice shaking. “Susan is indeed someone I cared about deeply in the past. She has come to me with the news that she is dying and has asked me to spend her remaining time with her. I… I can’t in good conscience ignore her plea.”

The words hit Emma like a punch to the gut. “You’re going to leave me?” she yelled, tears filling her eyes. “For her? On our wedding day!” “No, Emma, it’s not like that,” Steve insisted, hurrying toward her. “I don’t love her the way I love you. But she’s asking for a chance to say goodbye, to have some closure. I need to do this. For six months. Then we can resume our lives together.” Emma couldn’t believe what she was hearing. “You expect me to just wait for you? While you play house with your dying ex?”

“It’s not like that,” he repeated, his voice breaking. “I promise. It’s just… I owe her this.” Emma shook her head, the room spinning. “I can’t believe you’re doing this to me.” She turned her back to Steve as she lost the fight to contain her tears. “Emma, please,” he started, but she held up a hand. “Don’t,” she said, her voice steadier than she felt. “You’ve dropped a bomb on our wedding day, Steve. I don’t even know who you are right now.”

He looked devastated, but Emma couldn’t bring herself to care. Her heart was breaking, and she didn’t know if it could ever be mended. Suddenly, the church door flew open, and a woman came rushing in. She looked frantic, her eyes darting around until they landed on Susan. “Susan, what are you doing?” the woman shouted, her voice filled with a mix of anger and concern. “What lies have you been telling these people?”

Susan’s face went white. “Mom, what are you doing here?” she stammered. “I tracked your phone,” her mother said, marching up to her. “You’ve been lying about everything, haven’t you?” The crowd gasped, and Emma felt her breath catch in her throat. “What is she talking about?” she demanded, looking between Susan and her mother.

Susan’s mother turned to Emma, her face filled with regret. “My daughter has been lying. She’s not dying. She’s been having a mental breakdown ever since she found out about your wedding.” Steve’s face crumpled. “What?” Susan burst into tears, collapsing to the floor. “I’m sorry, Steve. I just… I couldn’t stand the thought of losing you forever.”

The room spun around Emma, the weight of what she was hearing crashing down like a tidal wave. This woman had lied about dying to steal her fiancé, and he had almost fallen for it. She turned to Steve, her voice trembling with a mixture of anger and betrayal. “And now what do you have to say?” Steve’s face crumpled, his eyes filled with remorse. “Emma, I’m so sorry. I thought I was doing the right thing. I never meant to hurt you.”

“But you did,” Emma shot back, her voice rising. “You were willing to abandon me at the altar for a lie! How can I trust you after this?” “I know, and I was wrong,” Steve said, stepping closer, his hands outstretched in a pleading gesture. “I’ll do anything to make it up to you. Please, don’t let this end us.” Emma shook her head, the tears spilling over. “You don’t get it, Steve. It’s not just about the lie. It’s about the fact that you were ready to leave me for someone else. I can’t marry someone who would so easily walk away.”

“Emma, please,” he begged, his voice breaking. “I love you. I want to spend my life with you. Give me another chance.” Emma took a deep breath, the anger and hurt swirling inside her. “No, Steve. I can’t do this. I deserve someone who chooses me without hesitation, without doubt. You need to figure out what you really want. And I need to heal.”

The guests were silent, watching this painful drama unfold. Emma felt their eyes on her, but she didn’t care. This was her life, her heart on the line. With a heavy heart, she turned and walked away from the altar, the weight of her decision settling over her like a lead blanket. Outside, the sun was still shining, the world still turning, but everything felt different. She felt different.

Emma barely made it down the steps before she heard Steve’s voice calling after her. “Emma, wait!” She stopped, her back to him, her heart aching. “What is it, Steve?” “Just one more conversation,” he pleaded. “Please, I need you to understand.” Emma turned to face him, her eyes filled with tears. “Okay. One more conversation.”

They walked a few steps away from the church, finding a quiet spot under a large oak tree. The silence between them was heavy, filled with everything they wanted to say but didn’t know how. “Emma, I never stopped loving you,” Steve began, his voice raw with emotion. “I was just trying to do what I thought was right. Susan was my past, and I felt like I owed her. But you… you’re my future.”

Emma looked at him, her heart breaking all over again. “Steve, you need to understand something. Trust is everything to me. And right now, I don’t know if I can trust you. I need time to think, to heal. Maybe one day, but not today.” He nodded, tears streaming down his face. “I’ll wait for you, Emma. However long it takes.” She gave him a sad smile, the weight of the world on her shoulders. “Take care, Steve.”

With that, Emma turned and walked away, feeling a mix of pain and strength. She didn’t know what the future held, but she knew she needed to find clarity and take control of her life, on her own terms. As she walked away from the church, she felt the warm sun on her face and the gentle breeze on her skin. The world was still beautiful, still full of possibilities. And so was her future. She just needed time to discover it on her own.

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