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Feud alert! Tully Smyth’s fury over Georgia Love wedding snub

The Big Brother star is “fuming”!
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While Georgia Love and Lee Elliott’s wedding may have been a highlight on the reality TV star social circuit, it appears not everyone was pleased about the big day.

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According to the Daily Mail Australia, former Big Brother star Tully Smyth is said to be livid about not scoring an invite.

Tully and Georgia have been close friends for years, with Tully even attending Lee and Georgia’s engagement party.

But Tully was left off the guest list to Georgia’s nuptials, leaving Tully “fuming” when she found out.

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Tully Smyth (right) is “fuming” she wasn’t invited to Lee Elliott (left) and Georgia Love’s (centre) wedding. (Credit: Instagram)

Tully was not at her wedding last week and didn’t publicly congratulate her either. Which is understandable,” an insider told the publication.

“The girls have had ‘hangs’ and ‘girls’ nights’ for years.”

Georgia and Lee met and fell in love on The Bachelorette’s second season in 2016 and tied the knot in Tasmania last weekend.

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Lee and Georgia fell in love on The Bachelorette and tied the knot last weekend. (Credit: Instagram)

Taking to Instagram, Georgia shared the first shots of her special day and showed off her stunning sleeveless white frock while sharing a kiss with her new husband Lee.

“It was always you ✨05.03.21 #aloveleewedding”, the former Bachelorette star wrote.

Proud husband Lee shared the same gorgeous snap celebrating his and Georgia’s nuptials, writing, “We did a thing! 🤵🏻‍♂️👰🏼05.03.21 #aloveleewedding.”

Georgia and Lee originally had plans to marry in Sicily, Italy, but due to the coronavirus and the ensuing travel restrictions their destination wedding plans were dashed.

“We figured there’s too many ‘What if’s’ in the world at the moment, there’s too many variables,” Georgia revealed on the Ben, Rob & Robbo show in June last year.

“Even if borders re-open up, even if we’re all fine to travel by then, even if Italy’s fine by then, we don’t want to put it on our family and friends that they have to find the money to do so in such uncertain times with people losing jobs and everything.”

The Melbourne-based couple then opted to marry in Tasmania and after more border closures, lockdowns, cancellations and re-cancellations, it finally worked out!

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