Husband puts his wedding ring for sale on eBay after learning his bride of six days had fallen for another man on the hen do before their £30,000 Mexican dream ceremony
- Andy Mitchell, 40, and his wife Meaghan, 21, had a £30,000 wedding in Mexico
- Days later he found Meaghan was having affair which ‘started on her hen night’
- She admits leaving Andy but denied having sex with her new man on her hen
A heartbroken husband has put his wedding ring up for sale online after his bride of 16 days ran off with another man.
Andy Mitchell, from Fife in Scotland, posted a picture of the wedding rings he and his wife Meaghan exchanged at their £30,000 dream wedding ceremony in Mexico on June 3.
But Mr Mitchell accompanied the listing with the news that just six days after the ceremony he discovered his new wife was having an affair, and claimed it had started on her hen night.
The taxi service manager, who wants £400 for the wedding bands, also posted images of texts he claims were swapped between Meaghan and her new man.
In another blow, Mr Mitchell said he had paid £2,000 to have his vasectomy reversed after his new bride said she wanted children.
Andy and Meaghan Mitchell married in Akumal Bay Beach Resort, Mexico, at a lavish wedding attended by friends and family – but split just days later
The taxi service manager, who wants £400 for the wedding bands on Facebay Fife, also posted images of texts he claims were swapped between Meaghan and her new man
Just six days after their wedding, Andy Mitchell (left) discovered his new wife Meaghan Mitchell (right) was having an affair
Mr Mitchell’s post has been shared thousands of times across social media, and he has been met with a wave of support
Meaghan today admitted she had left Andy for another man but insisted they had not slept together until after the wedding.
The couple married in Akumal Bay Beach Resort, Mexico, at a lavish wedding attended by friends and family, on which they personally spent £6,000.
Photos of the wedding on Facebook show the apparently happy couple frolicking on the beach with their well-dressed guests.
But barely a fortnight later Andy decided to make a very public statement that their marriage was over.
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He posted on the Facebook group Facebay Fife: ‘Hi, recently I got married in Mexico on the 23rd of June and this was the wedding set I used while Meaghan Mitchell said her marriage vows.’
He claimed: ‘However, six days later I found out she started having an affair on her hen night and it carried on for eight weeks through our dream wedding.’
The previous day he posted a series of what he claims were screenshots of his wife’s phone that appeared to show an intimate conversation between two people.
Photos of the wedding on Facebook show the pair frolicking on the beach
Pictures of the wedding on Facebook show the apparently happy couple posing for the camera
Within just days of the big day, the couple’s romance was left in tatters after Meaghan’s affair came to light
Mr Mitchell said Meaghan’s family ‘want nothing to do with her’ in the wake of the affair
Meaghan, 21, today admitted she had left Andy (pictured together) for another man but insisted they had not slept together until after the wedding
Meaghan said: ‘We know what we’ve done and take full responsibility. I was young and naive when I first got with [Andy]’
He added: ‘We had no secrets. We trusted each other completely. I managed to get her phone off her and locked her outside.
‘I read all the messages and took pictures. All her friends and family are embarrassed. They don’t want anything to do with her.’
Meaghan said: ‘We did not have sex on our hen do – it was after the wedding. I didn’t do anything on my hen night.
‘We know what we’ve done and take full responsibility. I was young and naive when I first got with him.’
Meaghan denied have sex with her new boyfriend on her hen night
Andy said he locked his new bride outside as he took her phone and read the incriminating messages
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