Bristol Palin Gets Real About Calling Off Her Wedding

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Bristol Palin has something to say…kind of.

The DWTS reality star finally broke her silence on the status of her relationship yesterday, and it was…pretty vague. And God-y. As you may remember, Bristy was supposed to be getting hitched to Dakota Meyer this memorial day, but called off her wedding just days before with vague statements such has “trusting god’s timing” and “waiting a while and having things fall into place.” Her official statement came from a post on some Christian website called Patehos:

“I feel like I need to address the elephant-in-the-room on this blog, since you guys have been with me through thick and thin,” Bristol wrote on an entry titled “The Wedding That Didn’t Happen” on Tuesday. “When I first got engaged, you were the first ones I wanted to tell.”

“I guess you have seen by now that the wedding — that was supposed to happen last weekend — was called off,” continued the reality star, who announced her engagement to Meyer just two months ago. “I’m sure you’ve seen this has been all over the media, but this is a painful time for family and friends and I would just really appreciate your prayers.”

“I know God’s plan is greater than anything else, and Tripp and I are in Alaska beginning to rebuild our lives under much different circumstances than we anticipated,” she added, mentioning the 6-year-old son that she shares with ex Levi Johnston. “Thank you for all of your love and support.”

(via Us Weekly)

Obvi she linked the blog post to her official Facebook account, adding with a frowning emoji, “Sorry it’s taken me so long to talk about this… It’s been hard.”

AN EMOJI? Yeah, emojis are huge indicators of emotional trauma, you poser. What do you think of this non-message message? And what REALLY went down?

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Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 9:09am
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