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Woman realises she had a drunken one night stand with her fiancé’s father

Woman realises she had a drunken one night stand with her fiancé’s father after meeting him for the first time just weeks before her wedding

  • The woman said she went through a phase of only dating older men years ago
  • In that time she went home with a man after a day at the races then sneaked out
  • Man was divorced from her fiancé’s mum and was always overseas on his yacht
  • Met at her front door for the first time since when he came back for the wedding 

A bride-to-be met her future father-in-law for the first time a few weeks before the wedding – only to discover they’d slept together.

The woman said she awkwardly met the older man named Martin at her front door in Brisbane along with his much-younger girlfriend Marnie.

She and Tony had a drunken one night stand after a day at the races years earlier when she was mostly dating older men and hadn’t yet met her fiancé Tony.

A bride-to-be met her future father-in-law for the first time a few weeks before the wedding – only to discover they’d slept together years earlier (stock image)

Martin was divorced from Tony’s mother and spent most of his time sailing around the world on a yacht, but came back to Australia just in time for the wedding.

The woman said she hadn’t recognised him from family photos and only remembered their fling and sneaking out of his flat when they were suddenly face-to-face.

‘I watched as a wave of recognition washed over Martin’s face, too,’ she told Kidspot.

Fortunately, he sailed away soon after the wedding and the pair haven't told anyone else in the family about their history for the past four years (stock image)

Fortunately, he sailed away soon after the wedding and the pair haven’t told anyone else in the family about their history for the past four years (stock image)

‘Then I smiled politely, held out my hand and said, ‘It’s lovely to meet you, Martin and Marnie. Tony’s told me so much about you’.’

Fortunately, Martin sailed away soon after the wedding and the pair haven’t told anyone else in the family about their history for the past four years.

‘They come home about once a year and I have to endure a polite smiling lunch or two, but that’s a small price to pay for keeping our secret,’ she said. 

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