Loose Women's Denise Welch reveals shock reason Matty Healy snubbed her wedding – and she vowed never to forgive him | The Sun
LOOSE Women star Denise Welch made a shocking confession about her superstar son.
The actress and broadcaster took to the ITV airwaves alongside Ruth Langsford, Brenda Edwards and Janet Street-Porter.
However as she appeared on Monday's edition (06 November) of Loose Women, she made a shocking confession about her son, Matty Healy.
Denise, 65, married her third husband, 50-year-old Lincoln Townley ten years ago in 2013.
However, when the panel were discussing dynamics about weddings and remarriage ceremonies, the former Waterloo Road star made the shocking confession.
Matty is best known as the frontman of the four-time Brit Award winning pop rock group, The 1975.
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However after Denise announced her engagement to the painter, the mother-and-son duo faced a potentially relationship ending issue.
The Grammy-nominated singer asked if he could forgo his mother's wedding as the 1975 secured a prestigious spot supporting The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park.
Although Denise initially said she would "never forgive" her son, she understood the importance of the moment for the band as it was a dilemma for the pair.
She explained: "Matty, my Matthew, he missed my wedding to Lincoln.
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"I remember when he called me I was doing a play. And he said 'Mum what would you say if I told you I can't make your wedding?' It was 10 years ago.
"And I said, 'I would never forgive you,' and he said, 'even if I was supporting the Rolling Stones at Hyde Park?'
The panel and the live studio audience both burst out laughing as Denise continued: "It hurt me, but I completely understood.
"It was a dilemma for both of us and it was hard. But I would have never of said 'you got to,' because the band was [on the rise]."
However, Denise made light of the fact that he was missing an important day in her life, due to the fact it was a long-running joke of his childhood.
She added: "This is why it became a bit of a joke because years ago when they were just four teenagers making a lot of noise in the garage, I used to say 'get a job! Unless you are supporting the Rolling Stones get a job!"
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