Brutal detail in model Olivia Molly Rogers' wedding video: 'Crying'
The model left her husband three months ago after getting married earlier this year.
Former Miss Universe Australia Olivia Molly Rogers has made a bold move to rectify her wedding video after she split up with her husband.
The model tied the knot with Justin Mckeone earlier this year but the pair split three months ago. Sharing a video on TikTok, Olivia revealed she then asked her wedding videographer to edit her ex-husband out of all the clips, calling it the 'Olivia edit'.
It includes footage of herself, friends and family, moments she said she still wanted to cherish having with them.
The new video features solo clips of Olivia in her wedding dress and her walking down the aisle. It also shows scenic shots of the location she got married as well as her floral arrangements.
"I am so grateful that I can remember the day in my own way," she wrote in the caption.
Her followers praised the 30-year-old for the video edit, with many calling it "beautiful".
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"I’m so glad you chose to do this. I don’t know you but you were truly one of the most gorgeous brides I’ve ever seen. I’m glad you have these moments," one wrote.
"You’re brave and think this is so admirable for you. Absolutely stunning, be kind to yourself," another said.
"That’s a really sweet idea. I’m divorced but I love my wedding photos that I had that day with my loved ones. It’s a lovely video," a third added.
"Why am I crying?" a follower commented.
In another TikTok, Olivia revealed a savage comment she copped from a family member following her divorce.
"I left my husband about three months ago and everyone's been really supportive ... but a family member said something to me that at the time I'm like, 'I'm not sure if they're trying to be funny'," she said.
"And in hindsight I'm like, 'No, it was definitely a dig'.
"They said, 'Livvy, have you thought about acting?' and I said, 'Nah, it's not really for me, I don't think I could do it'.
"And they said, 'Oh, but I think you'd be really good at it', and I said, 'Oh. no, you know, I hated drama at school' ... then they said, 'Oh, but you've been acting so well for the past four years'."
A number of followers agreed it was a dig.
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