Couples from across the previous two series give what can only be described as a behind-the-scenes post-mortem of what it was really like to get married under the TV spotlight with a clueless groom in charge and the bride kept in the dark. We will hear their comments, jibes and reflections about what the nation bore witness to - tiaras, tears, tantrums and all. And that was just the grooms. But what will add more spice and drama to this 'Revisit' are the details which didn't make the cut and which unfolded after the cameras stopped rolling. Like Martin and Deborah in Kildare - why didn't she go to her Hen Night? Or what did Mandy really think about having a python wrapped around her neck at her Zoo Wedding?
Don't Tell The Bride - Happily Married. RTE2: 9.30pm
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