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Don't Tell the Bride
Series 13 - Episode 1
Sun 27 Aug 12pm - 1pm
E4 (not E4 +1)
Sun 27 Aug,
1pm - 2pm
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Don’t Tell the Bride is, undisputedly, the jewel in any schedule’s crown, so it’s baffling that it keeps switching channels. Back, thank heavens above, on free-to-air TV after a dalliance with Sky last year, this opener has all the trappings of a classic, and does rather prove true the old adage, “Don’t get engaged to a manchild”. Thirty-year-old Rebecca hands over to Carl, eight years her junior, who has not only never planned a wedding, but has never been to one, either, but he’s got a solid idea of what he’s dealing with – “Chips, dips, and a load of little tealight candles. That’s all the key things.”
It’s as satisfyingly predictable as ever – she wants tradition; he wants banana boats in Torremolinos – but no guilty pleasure will sufficiently fill the hole left by Love Island this summer.
Husband-to-be Carl plans a Spanish wedding for his fiancee Rebecca, as he tries to arrange the perfect day to meet her expectations for a high class affair.
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