Tiffany Watson shares video with rarely-seen mum ahead of wedding to Cam McGeehan
Tiffany Watson shared a video with her rarely-seen mother ahead of her wedding to Cameron McGeehan.
The Made In Chelsea star, who recently opened up about the details of her upcoming nuptials on Instagram, took to her Instagram on Sunday night with a cute mother and daughter clip.
The pair danced around to ABBA's Mamma Mia as her mum Fi tried on a range of stunning dresses to wear on her big day with former footballer Cam.
Among a number of eye-catching ensembles, Tiffany's artist mother tried on a flowing floral dress, a purple sequinned number and a neon pink fitted gown.
"Getting @filygo suited and booted for the big day. Which one is your favourite for Mother of the Bride?" Tiffany wrote in the caption.
She also revealed that all the dresses were from the retailer, Coast.
The try-on with her mother went down a treat with her followers, with one person commenting: "Purple sequins or the last one! She looks so lovely."
Others agreed, with another writing: "Purple looked amazing" while a third added: "Purple outfit is amazing!"
Earlier this year, Tiffany shared an insight into her wedding plans, including the vegan menu.
The blonde will be tying the knot this summer in the UK and will have a whopping eight bridesmaids.
The reality star also shared that her former MIC star sister Lucy Watson will be her Maid of Honour.
Tifanny will have an entirely vegan menu for her canapés, wedding breakfast, evening food and midnight snacks.
Meanwhile, it has been a difficult time for Tiffany who revealed on E4's Made in Chelsea last month that she suffered a miscarriage eight weeks into her pregnancy.
Taking to her Instagram shortly after the scenes aired, she wrote: "Overwhelmed by the amount of amazing, supportive messages I've received regarding the miscarriage I sadly suffered last year."
Tiffany continued: "So many of you reaching out to say you've been through or going through the exact same.
"I'd be lying if I said I wasn't tempted to keep it quiet, not speak about it, pretend it never happened, but I realised if women continue to do this it's going to continue to be a taboo topic, and that needs to change."
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