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Why would my father's girlfriend buy a corsage for herself for my sister's wedding?

My sister only bought 2, 1 for her mother and 1 for the groom's mother. This girlfriend was supposed to sit where the guests were, but decided to sit up in the front row where our parents were. Just wow, some of the replies are just plain rude, the woman was supposed to sit in the guest seating area, and she knew that, but inserted herself with the family and the wedding party. Also she didn't even know the wedding colours and the corsage clashed with the corsages we gave to the mothers of the bride & groom. Why do we owe this woman a corsage? she's a guest at the wedding, if my sister & her husband could afford it they would have bought corsages for every female guest that attended

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