We're gonna need a bigger carriage! My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding returns with a dress so big... there's no room for the 'groom'


Horse and carriage: This man has barely any space to sit in the carriage as he's swamped by his prom princess' monstrous dress in the new series of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding

Following a success that saw seven million viewers tune in per episode, My Big Fat Gyspy Wedding Is Back.
The popular Channel 4 show will return to the small screen next month and this time the ceremonies are even more outrageous and the lavish, pantomime style dresses have got even bigger. And of course the show wouldn't be complete without a bride who can barely fit in the trademark mode of transport - a carriage. Although despite the bridal look, this pink-clad princess isn't even a bride. But a school-leaver on her way to prom.

It's all about ME! The pink-clad princess can barely sit down, and her date looks more than a little annoyed

Almost mimicking Katie Price's fairytale wedding, the prom princess's pink dress nearly suffocates her squashed date as they stuff themselves into the carriage.
The fourth series begins with 21-year-old Dolores who gets married in a dress that is embroidered with an image of a cat.
'Everyone has flowers or stars on their dress, I wanted something different,' said the blonde of the unusual dress.

It's back! My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding returns with 21-year-old Dolores who wears a cat-print dress

'Most outrageous': The fourth series of the Channel 4 show promises to be better than ever

Such a perfect day: Bride Dolores takes up most of the space as the happy couple pose for pictures

Wearing an over-sized tiara, bright pink lipstick and sporting an orange tan, the young bride walks down the aisle in the most lavish ceremony yet.
The bright green, blue and orange dress was coupled with a pineapple one which Dolores' sister Chantelle wore at a party the night before the wedding.

Scream if you wanna wear green: Seems these bridesmaids had no choice, at the wedding of Charlene at Rathkeale, Co. Limerick, Ireland

Frock horror: An insider said the dresses have to be seen to be believed

Another request sees five bridesmaids dressed in bright green tiered dresses with matching headpieces and bouquets.
Despite living in the ultra-wealthy traveller town of Rathkeale, Co Limerick, Dolores still calls on dressmaker Thelma Madine who has featured on the show since the first series.
Madine agrees that the cat-decorated gown is the 'most outrageous' she has ever made even thinks Dolores may have a new nickname in the form of Catwoman.

A tight fit: viewers can expect to see more brides squashed in horse-drawn carriages as they prepare for their wedding ceremony

'Most outrageous': The fourth series of the Channel 4 show promises to be better than ever

'The size and scale of some of these celebrations is incredible – it seems like some brides are trying even harder to out-do each other,' said a Channel 4 insider. 'It will be even more spectacular.'
The latest series of the show is also set to focus more on gypsy life in terms of crime, education and family and will also see the return of Celebrity Big Brother winner Paddy Doherty.
My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding will air on February 14.

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source: dailymail


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