My Spouse Handed Over My Invite to His Sister’s Wedding to His Closest Female Friend — I Ensured He Regretted It

In an exclusive, high-profile wedding that promised elegance and prestige, a stunning act of betrayal emerged, shifting the event into a dramatic scene. Jill found herself battling the actions of her husband, Andrew, who had shamefully given her wedding invitation to his best female friend.

Six months earlier, Jill and Andrew received an invitation to his sister’s wedding. The venue was extraordinarily unique and adhered to a strict guest limit to preserve its charm. Determined to attend, Jill made every necessary preparation—taking days off, purchasing a dress, and selecting a gift—committing fully to the special occasion.

Only a week before the wedding, Andrew received a phone call.

“Amanda is coming,” he announced.


Amanda, a close friend from Andrew’s college days, had a complicated history with him. Although he insisted they were never romantically involved, Amanda consistently became his priority whenever she had personal issues. This instance, however, saw Andrew crossing an unforgivable line.

Returning home from a makeup session on the wedding day, Jill was greeted by a startling message from Andrew:

“Babe, Amanda asked if she could come with me to the wedding, so I took our invitation and you can have some rest. I took your gift too! Thanks.”

Jill’s disbelief turned to immediate action.

Without delay, she called Sarah, Andrew’s sister. “Sarah, you won’t believe what Andrew did.”

“What happened?” Sarah replied, her voice tinged with concern.

“He gave our wedding invitation to Amanda! And he took my gift!” Jill exclaimed.

Sarah’s anger matched Jill’s. “He did what?! That’s crossing a line. Come as my cousin’s plus-one.”

Jill hesitated, but Sarah was adamant. “You deserve to be there more than Amanda.”

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