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Bride-to-be asks if it's okay to un-invite fiancé's best female friend from wedding

Bride-to-be asks if it's okay to un-invite fiancé's best female friend from wedding

There's nothing wrong with your partner having friends of the opposite sex. But what if one of those friends calls you a "gold-digger" behind your back?

That's what one woman is wondering after her fiancé's female bestie said she was only in it for the money and then refused to apologize. The bride-to-be wants to un-invite her from the wedding. But her fiancé says he still wants her to come. She took to Reddit to ask for advice.

The friend, Amanda, has known her fiancé for over a decade:

My (25F) fiancé (28M) has a really close friend - we will call her Amanda, Amanda (27F) has been friends with my partner for 12 years. Meanwhile I met him when I was 22 and he asked me to marry him last Christmas.

They are in touch constantly:

Amanda and my fiancé talk everyday and hang out regularly (they hung out everyday when we first met but when we became bf and gf he has obviously prioritized me over her) I don't mind him being friends with a girl and I understand that she is important to him so I've made the effort to get to know her and try to become friends with her although I've always gotten the vibe that she doesn't like me very much.

Sources: Reddit
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