Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley was chastised for wearing an off-white gown to her daughter’s wedding.

The 2024 White House candidate shared a snapshot of her daughter’s wedding day on social media, standing for a family photo with husband Michael, son Nalin, daughter Rena, and new son-in-law Josh Jackson.

“We had the sweetest weekend celebrating Rena and Josh,” she wrote.”Thankful for our sweet family and friends who joined us in supporting and celebrating them. Rena and Josh, we could not be more proud of both of you!”

The majority of the comments congratulated Nikki Haley and her growing family.

Others, though, were outraged by the off-white gown worn by the former South Carolina governor and US ambassador to the UN during the Trump administration.

“Did the mother of the bride wear WHITE,” gasped one Twitter user.

“Ummmm why the hell are you wearing an almost white dress that easily could have been a wedding dress???” another user scolded. “That was very selfish of you to try to steal her spotlight but given how much you want all the attention on you, it doesn’t surprise me..”

Another similarly asked: “… Why are you dressed like a bride at your daughter’s wedding?????”

“You wore white to your daughter’s wedding?” another baffled user lamented.

“Why are you basically wearing white and gripping the groom? Creepy,” still another tweeted.

However, other social media posters who fawned over Haley’s dress.

“Best wishes to the beautiful couple! And best mother of the bride dress I’ve seen,” Heather Nauert commented on Haley’s Instagram post.

“Where did you get your MOTB dress?” a mother-in-law-to-be wondered.

Nikki Haley announced her presidential campaign in February and is now regarded as a long shot.

The 51-year-old presidential hopeful is part of a GOP field that includes the front-runner, former President Donald Trump, as well as former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has not yet publicly announced his candidature for President, but he is widely regarded as the GOP’s favorite to challenge Trump.

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, who was appointed to the Senate by Haley in 2012 to replace the retiring Jim DeMint, is also considering a run.

Nikki Haley

Nikki Haley

Trump polls the highest nationwide at 49.5%, followed by DeSantis at 25.7%, former Vice President Mike Pence at 5.8%, and Nikki Haley at 4.3%, according to FiveThirtyEight.

Nikki Haley has stated that voters should “get the fact that this could be challenging for [Trump] to win a general,” while she has also stated that Trump is a “friend” and that she is “proud to serve” in his government.

According to The Washington Post’s analysis of recent polling, while Trump’s support among Republican primary voters has increased since his indictment by a Manhattan grand jury, he remains mainly unpopular among Americans overall.