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Woman Discovers On Her Son’s Wedding That The Bride Is Actually Her Long-lost Daughter (Photos)
Woman Discovers On Her Son’s Wedding That The Bride Is Actually Her Long-lost Daughter (Photos)

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A Chinese woman discovered at her son’s wedding that the bride is actually her long-lost daughter.

The woman was said to be attending the wedding in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China, on Wednesday, March, 31, when she discovered the birthmark on the bride’s hand and realised that she’s the daughter she abandoned at a roadside over 20 years ago.

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According to reports from a Chinese media, the woman approached the bride’s parents to ask if they adopted their daughter over 20 years ago.

The family were stunned by the question as it had been a secret kept for so many years but revealed they had found a baby girl by the roadside a long time ago and she had been with them ever since.

When the bride was told the news, she burst into tears.

Reports has it that she had been so desperate to know her biological family and that she described the moment as being “happier than the wedding day itself”.

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Nevertheless, the story took another twist when it was told that there would be no objection to the marriage as the groom was also adopted, therefore, they are not related by blood.

Oriental Daily reports that the woman had adopted a boy after giving up hope on a search for her missing girl child.

The bride had reserved concern about getting married to her elder brother but her long-lost mum said she had no objections to the marriage as they aren’t biological siblings.

The bride was so delighted and went through with the ceremony.

All the guests who attended the wedding heard about the double celebration and sent their best wishes to the couple and the mother and daughter.

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