If you have a little one, no doubt you’ll know about ‘theyoungmummy’.

She’s an Instagram superstar, who acquired a huge following after giving birth to her beautiful little boy, Bobby.

Now, she’s the person most mums, young and not-so-young, turn to when they need a dose of realism.

So, when Sophie Cachia chose to walk down the aisle in a jet black dress, those close to her weren’t shocked.

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However, the rest of the world seemed to be.

According to a report on Daily Mail, Sophie’s ebony frock, which was designed by Anthony Montesano from Signor Mont Couture in Melbourne, has attracted attention from around the world.

So many memories… 💕

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‘I always wear black anyway, I think it suits me and it’s such a bold and striking colour,’ she said. Her husband and little boy followed suit, with Jaryd Cachia teaming a maroon dinner jacket with a paisley shirt and black leather pants and little Bobby wore a black and floral shirt.

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…so many more to come.

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We didn’t do it for anyone but us, we wanted to wear what we wanted to wear, simple as that,’ Mrs Cachia said.

‘I didn’t want anything traditional … everyone has a wedding, why does everyone have to do everything the same, there’s no rule book,’ she said.

‘I didn’t do it for attention, or to be known as the girl who wore a black dress on my wedding day. ‘I just wanted to wear a dress I think is beautiful.’

#20facts I have hairy big toes I always see the good in every person, despite their circumstances I don’t believe blood = family I drifted from my childhood best friend of 20 years for no apparent reason, and I miss her everyday Jaryd & I were trying to get pregnant recently. It didn’t happen. It wasn’t meant to be. I take ‘signs’ like this very seriously. So we have put it off for a while I am PETRIFIED of spiders. Like, not scared, actually sweating-crippling-vomiting petrified. I wish I wasn’t. It encapsulates my life. I think of them everyday and where they are in my house. I can’t even look at a dead one I’m also a complete ‘scaredy-cat’ – rides, adrenaline filled activities, you name it. I bet I wouldn’t do it I wish one of my best friends would get pregnant soon!!! Or engaged, boys? I just got my first brand new car Living in SA scares the shit out of me. I can already feel my anxiety returning Breastfeeding was really tough for me. I always wanted to do it in public but I couldn’t as I needed too much pillow support for my boobs, arms & back I have a phenomenal sex life I check on Bobby at least 4-5 times before I go to bed. Often within minutes of each other I’m 100% confrontational. I’m not a bitch. I just say it to your face. I’ve had many car park & shopping aisle words. I just can’t stand rude people I’ve never lost anyone close to me (death). I’m so scared for the day I do and how my mental state will cope Jaryd & I are applying to adopt. We understand the process will take a long time, or may never happen, but we want to give another child a life they deserve to have. I’d go through life with major regret if I didn’t try I’m overly empathetic. I’m openminded. I feel for people. I don’t believe in hierarchy. Don’t ever think you’re better than someone I don’t eat pork. Eeeeeek On that note, I eat more food than Jaryd. He’s so regimented and professional and there’s me devouring 3 cheeseburgers Bobby is annoying me on my lap so I can’t give you the 20th. Soz

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Source: Daily Mail

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