A wedding dress was the ultimate luxury item for a bride who spent a lifetime in hospital.
It was her wish for her to have a wedding dress made to her size and shape so that she would be able to walk around at her wedding and be comfortable at her ceremony.
But a coma has left the bride with only one option.
She wants her fiancé to give her the gown she dreams of, but he has no money.
“I know how it feels to be sick, it’s so lonely, I really wanted to make my dream a reality,” the bride, known as Princess, told ABC News.
She was a patient at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in Brisbane’s inner-west for nine years before she was admitted to a nursing home in the state of Victoria.
Princess has been living in a nursing house for a year, but says the hospital has not given her a gown to wear at her new wedding.
“It was a dream, and I wanted to wear the dress.
I didn’t want to go to hospital.
I had no money and I was alone,” she said.
She told ABC news that her fiancée told her they could afford to buy the gown, but they didn’t know if she would have the money to buy it.
“We didn’t think it would be worth the money,” she told ABC.
The hospital gave her the dress on December 19, 2018, but she says she doesn’t know what she should wear.
“The dress is really, really important to me.
It’s something I’m really proud of and it’s the first time I’ve ever worn one,” Princess said.
Princes wedding dress has a cut-out at the waist.
She has a large waist, large hips and narrow shoulders, but Princess says she can still walk around and dress herself comfortably.
“My wedding dress is not perfect, but it’s good enough,” Princess told ABCNews.
“A lot of people say it’s not the dress you want, but the dress is the dress I want.”
Princess says the dress made her feel special, and she can’t wait to wear it for her wedding.