Kathryn is taking a huge step in her relationship. She's getting married. There are many problems with the situation. 1. She's 18, fresh out of high school. 2. She's two months pregnant. 3. The groom is Liam Payne.

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1. Good Morning

Kathryn looked out the window. Swarms of fans crowded the doors, and some windows. She sighed and fell into a chair. Even in the prettiest white dress, and even if her makeup was perfect and her hair was in curls, this day would never be as special as she would have liked it to be. Not for her, or her husband to be.

There were many reasons for this day to be so sullen, and very few to contradict them. One issue was of course the fans, but Kathryn had expected them to turn up. They followed them everywhere. What she had underestimated was the amount. In addition, she was young. Her parents, her family, his family, none of them agreed with the event to take place today. 'They were too young' they said, 'They'll divorce in a month' others whispered. Kathryn could however dismiss these remarks, because she knew that she was in love, and nothing could change that fact. But the horrible reality that even her parents would not be attending the service this afternoon was a stab to the heart. She knew why they had decided not to come, and that was just another reason of why May 16th would forever be a day that Kathryn could never look upon as happy as she had wanted to.

She was pregnant. Only two months, so it didn't show much, but her dress was significantly tighter than it had been when she first tried it on. All of her friends had told her you couldn't tell a bit, and her parents were just too stubborn to see how happy he, and the baby, were going to make her. Kathryn tried to believe them, she honestly did, but when she was up at the altar, and the side of the church designated for her family was empty, she knew that a tear or two would fall, and not because she was joyful.

"Kathryn." One of her bridesmaids, Lana, appeared in the doorway. "There's someone here for you."

Kathryn sat up and smoothed the wrinkles in her dress. "Who is it?"

Without another word, Lana stepped aside and in entered the person Kathryn had least expected to show up this morning.

"Rach." Kathryn whispered, becoming suddenly very interested with the tile on the floor. It was a pretty color, a nice marble with specs of--

"Kathryn, are you sure about this?" Rachel was now directly in front of her. Lana had left, shutting the door behind her quietly.

"If you're hear to give me a lecture, the door is behind you." Kathryn turned away from her sister, biting her lip to hold back the tears that threatened to fall.

"I'm not here to yell at you. We both know that." Rachel laid a hand on her sister's shoulder, in what Kathryn thought to be an act of comfort.

Kathryn spun to face her, startling Rachel who removed her hand. "This day is worse enough as it is. Please, do not lay any more stress on me. I understand your position, our family has made it very clear to me how you feel. But I don't need any more reminders of what I should be doing with my life, especially from my sister."

"I already told you I'm not here because of that." It annoyed her how calm her sister could be in this situation. After how many disputes at family gatherings about Kathryn, how could Rachel now be so collected and organized?

"Then why are you here." Kathryn did not phrase it like a question. No, it was more of a statement.

"To be present at my sister's wedding of course." The way Rachel's words tumbled out of her mouth stunned the bride-to-be and her brows furrowed in thought.

As if on cue, Lana poked her head back in the room. "It's time, Kathryn. Let's go."

Although Kathryn hated leaving disputes without closure, she had no choice. She brushed past Rachel, and without a backwards look, walked down the stark white-walled hallway. Lana led her to where the other bridesmaids were stationed, and showed Kathryn to her mark. She could see her groom at the back of the church.

She smiled and waited for the music to play. When it did, she entered just as any other bride would. She did not shed any tears, although the left side of the church consisted of only her sister. She held on to her dignity and stood across from her husband-to-be, Liam Payne.

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