A Woman Found Out Her New Husband Was Cheating The Day Of Her Planned Honeymoon So She Ran To The Arms Of Her Sister Instead

It was a devastating discovery, so she decided to be around family.

woman hugging sister and brother-in-law at airport TikTok

Discovering that a spouse has cheated can be a devastating and emotionally challenging experience. One woman, unfortunately, found out right after she walked down the aisle and was preparing to go on her honeymoon.

In a video, TikTok user Vicky shared a heartfelt moment she shared with her sibling after finding out that the man she married was being unfaithful. 

She found out her husband cheated right before their honeymoon and ran home to her sister for comfort.

In Vicky's 30-second video, she revealed that after marrying her husband and getting ready to go on their honeymoon, she found out the worst news any newlywed would be devastated to find out. Her new husband had been cheating on her.


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woman finds out husband cheated before honeymoon and goes to her sister's insteadPhoto: TikTok

"POV: You've just found out your new husband had an affair and the same day you were meant to fly to your honeymoon, you've gone to your sister's to heal," Vicky wrote in overlay text in her video. The clip featured her in the airport, as her sister runs up to her with her arms already open for a hug.


Immediately, Vicky and her sister embrace. Behind her sister is her brother-in-law, who is allowing Vicky and her sister to have their moment. Soon enough though, Vicky also beckons him forward to join in on their hug. The three of them just all take a moment to hug one another, and it's clear that Vicky's sister and brother-in-law are trying their hardest to comfort her through such a difficult time.

Despite the awful circumstances under which they are all reuniting, Vicky seemed to remain optimistic, writing in the caption of the video, "Life's got a plan..."



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In the comments section, people were quick to offer Vicky some words of encouragement.

"Found out my first husband had an affair eight weeks after we married. The ink wasn't even dry on the marriage certificate. Husband [number] two is amazing," one TikTok user shared.

Another user added, "Sorry you went through this. There are good ones out there, if and when you’re ready."

"Moved in [with] my sister & brother-in-law after my separation. Healed my soul, exactly what I needed to help me move forward. Sending love & light," a third user shared.

During such difficult times like that, the support of family can often play a crucial role in helping you cope and navigate the situation. 


Family members can offer a safe space for you to express your emotions and vent your feelings while also being a listening ear and providing empathetic support as you process your thoughts and work through the pain. Many dating experts recommend taking time to yourself while also making sure you're setting aside time to see loved ones too, as these are just a few ways to heal.

"You're losing a big part of your life when you break up with someone. They are a friend, a lover, a confidante, and maybe a housemate," Charly Lester, dating expert and CMO of Lumen, told Oprah Daily. "They've probably been a daily feature in your life for some time, and you need to grieve that loss almost like you would a death."

"In the early days after a breakup, you're likely not to feel great, so try to distract yourself as much as possible," added Lester. "Make plans with friends so you don't have time to wallow."


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Nia Tipton is a Brooklyn-based entertainment, news, and lifestyle writer whose work delves into modern-day issues and experiences.