BRIDE RAISES EYEBROWS BY EXPOSING HER ENTIRE BUM ON HER WEDDING DAY IN A VERY RACY DRESS DESIGN

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Tuesday May 11, 2021

YOUR wedding day is your day to shine, there’s no question about that.

But one bride took things to a whole new level with her VERY racy dress design – which left her entire bum on full display.

Rielle, a model who has 500,000 followers on Instagram, donned the bum-baring frock for her ceremony as she posed outside a church on her big day.

The model saw “no problem” with her revealing number, Daily Star reported, and she wanted to escape a traditional style and go for one that was “unprecedented” instead.

“The way we dress should not be repressed, everything is thought of with respect to myself and others,” she reportedly said online, defending her outfit.

Alongside the snaps, she added: “If the loved one approved, then it is his.”

The confident bride said that “the big day must be a milestone” so she wanted to make a statement with her dress.

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