The much-loved Channel 4 show ‘My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding’ is set to return to British screens in February, Entertainmentwise.com has reported.
According to the website, the programme has been re-commissioned for a fourth series after achieving overwhelming success in the UK. The first bride featured on the series, 21-year-old Delores, who chose an interesting pattern for her wedding dress – cats.
“Everyone has flowers or stars on their dress, I wanted something different,” she explained; further demonstrated by her choice of dress for her sister, Chantelle – a blue and orange number with a giant pineapple embroidered on the front.
Other ladies featured on the series include self-confessed tanning addict, Sammy-Jo and a pink-loving bride that manages to squash her husband-to-be with her dress.
Fans of the series will likely be waiting with baited breath to see not only the over-the-top dress designs the programme is famous for, but also what those taking part will do with their wedding reception venue and after-party. According to a source from Channel 4, viewers can expect the featured brides’ ideas to be bigger and 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. It will be even more spectacular,” the insider told Mail Online.