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Man asks if it's wrong not to let niece use family 'castle' for her wedding.

Man asks if it's wrong not to let niece use family 'castle' for her wedding.

Weddings are all about family — but does that mean you have to share your house, I mean, castle with the ones you allegedly love?

One man doesn't think so. His niece asked if she could have her wedding at his castle, and he said hell no. Now he's asking Reddit whether that was an a-hole move.

The man and his wife bought the castle using their combined savings:

28 years ago my wife and I combined our savings (most of which came from inheritance after my father's passing) and bought our "castle" in southern Europe. It was actually a derelict farmhouse with some land but it has a small turret so our family has always referred to it as The Castle. My wife and I decided we'd rather have a small, basic house in our home country and focus our time and resources readying The Castle for us to retire in and for our children to enjoy.

Sources: Reddit
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