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By  TheJawsman  |  11

Best advice is to lay low with the engagement for awhile, then give them the good news. Better to figure out how this will impact your wedding though, since you'd probably want both of them to be there. I was going to say something witty, but nothing really comes to mind :P Hard to sugarcoat how much this sucks for every party involved :P

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By  TheJawsman  |  11

Best advice is to lay low with the engagement for awhile, then give them the good news. Better to figure out how this will impact your wedding though, since you'd probably want both of them to be there. I was going to say something witty, but nothing really comes to mind :P Hard to sugarcoat how much this sucks for every party involved :P

By  GhostFox  |  33

On one hand, that sucks that they're getting a divorce around the same time that you'll be getting married. On the other hand, you know now, so you can plan around the divorce ahead of time, instead of having to rearrange all the seating arrangements the day before the wedding or something. I'd just suggest asking them to be civil to each other at the actual wedding. Not pretend to still be married, just keep the post-divorce grudge match shit to a minimal.

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Who said they will have a grudge? Not every divorce ends in huge fights with everyone hating each other and trying to turn family members against them. For all we know both of them have admitted they feel the same way and they both agreed to a divorce.

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  GhostFox  |  33

I was more referencing that it's unfortunately common for parents to turn their kids' weddings into arenas for forcing people to take a side. There's also the fact that, even in the case of a mutual agreement, there's still going to be hurt feelings.

By  abNormal62  |  23

Hakuna Matata They cared enough to share don't let it stop you from sharing either Good news may inspire a change in their perspective when they consider what a successful life you lead, and they reflect on what brought them together in the first place

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