Woman who regrets getting married spots red flag in wedding photos

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A woman who got married aged just 18 has shared photos from her wedding day that she says prove it was a terrible mistake.

In the tongue-in-cheek TikTok video, Karri Shipman shows her beautiful bridal dress and has tactfully removed her now ex-husband from the photo with a red scribble.

She then zooms in on the facial expressions of her faithful bridal party and it has people in stitches.

While her pals look cute in their matching brown bridesmaid dresses and denim jackets, the looks on their faces could be interpreted as rather pained as they watch the romantic ceremony take place.

People joked they look "devastated" and others reckoned they had "pained smiles" but were "true friends" for showing up.

In the caption, Karri wrote: "When you never should have gotten married and it was on everyone's face but you did it anyway. They were right."

The clip was watched more than 10 million times on the video-sharing app and people admitted they found the photo hilarious but felt guilty for laughing.

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One person wrote: "HAHAHA my first marriage was exactly like this!"

A second commented: "But at least your girls were still by your side as unimpressed as they were."

Someone else said: "I'm here like 'why is that child wearing a wedding dress?'"

A fourth viewer shared: "Just broke up with a fiancé instead of choosing this path.

"Super proud of myself for not sacrificing my youth for a bad relationship."

This comes after a scientist claimed the best age to get married was 26 based on an algorithm.

According to the maths, if you marry "too young" you might miss out on higher-quality partners in your future, but after your mid-twenties, good options for a life partner could start to pair up and become unavailable.

University of Utah sociologist Nicholas H Wolfinger rejects this theory and claims, based on divorce statistics, the best age to get married is between 28 and 32.

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