Bride-to-be leaves family ‘disappointed’ after choosing grandfather to walk her down

A woman doesn't want her stepfather to walk her down the aisle, and her parents are furious. She asked Reddit's "Am I the A******" forum for advice. Her father died when she was 12, and her mom remarried when she was 13. She had always spent a lot of time with her paternal grandfather, . so when she got engaged, she wanted him to walk her down the aisle. But her stepfather felt neglected by the decision. "when my mom's husband asked who was walking me and I told him, my grandpa, he got really quiet for like an hour and then asked me why I chose my grandpa over him" . "My mom told me she was disappointed in me. That it's not what my dad would have wanted" . "I told her I think this is exactly what my dad would have wanted. Which she couldn't argue back with" . Reddit users thought the bride-to-be had the right to choose whomever. "Your wedding, your choice," one person responded. "You are right. They are wrong. This one ain’t complicated," another said

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