DEAR DEIDRE: THE fiancée of my best friend has been flirting with my cousin. This relative showed me messages between them on his phone.
I was gobsmacked as it was clear they were planning to meet. She said things like: “I just need an excuse so I can meet you.”
My best friend met his fiancée through his job and he has given up a lot for her.
We hardly ever saw him out when the pubs were open, and he gave up going to football because she didn’t like being left alone.
My best mate is 27, like me. His fiancée is 26.
My impression is that she wouldn’t hesitate to cheat on my friend. He doesn’t deserve this. What shall I do?
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DEIDRE SAYS: Best not to tell tales. But would your cousin listen to you?
The obvious answer is that your cousin backs off and tells your friend’s fiancée he will only meet her if and when she has ended her engagement.
That’s the best move from his point of view too. What’s the point of getting into a messy, dead-end fling?
Or you could tell this girl your cousin is bragging about their flirting. Is he really right for her?
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