Footage from an influencer couple’s wedding has gone viral for the wrong reasons.

Jadé Tuncdoruk, 27, and Lachie Brycki, 29 tied the knot at Krinklewood Vineyard in the Hunter Valley last October.

Tuncdoruk posted a TikTok of unseen footage from her husband’s wedding speech, which now has over 10 million views and a lot of comments accusing Brycki of ‘copying’ part of his speech.

“Still can’t believe I get to call this man my husband,” Tuncdoruk captioned the TikTok.

The clip showed Brycki telling his wife: “When I say I love you more, I don’t mean I love you more than you love me. I mean I love you more than the bad days ahead of us. I love you more than any fight we will ever have.”

“I love you more than the distance between us; I love you more than any obstacle that could try and come between us,” Brycki added through tears.

@jadetunchyStill cant believe i get to call this man my husband♬ A Thousand Years – Instrumental – Bluewater Kings Band

Some of Tuncdoruk’s followers were quick to point out that Brycki had used parts of a popular poem written by Erin Nicole, which has been posted all over Pinterest.

“Why do I feel like I’ve heard this before?” commented one user.

“I know people are saying let it go, but as a wedding vow, it needs to be personal. Copying the entire speech from a poem would make me feel loved less,” commented another user.

“Pretty sure I heard that ‘I love you more bit’ on Pinterest. Thought that counts though,” wrote a third.

However, many others have shared their support for the couple and defended Brycki’s actions, acknowledging how hard it is to write a wedding speech.

“Maybe writing original words wasn’t his forte but he found words that expressed what he felt? And it’s clearly genuine, look at him tearing up,” commented one user.

“I think just because they aren’t his words doesn’t take away from the meaning of what he said. He clearly resonated with the poem and meant every word he said – his words or not,” wrote another.

“He explained his love in words so so well. Just beautiful,” wrote a third.

Images: TikTok

This article first appeared on Over60.