When Miranda Kerr married Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel in May, she was 34 years old and a divorced mother of a 6-year-old son with movie idol Orlando Bloom. She had also been a successful Victoria’s Secret model who had enjoyed the company of a shady Malaysian financier who showered her with millions of dollars in diamonds that she was recently compelled to turn over to the U.S. Justice Department.
This is all to say that Kerr has been a woman of the world. As Kerr acknowledges to Vogue magazine in a new interview, she “used to be more wild, free, bohemian.”
But all that apparently changed when she met Evan Spiegel, the somewhat younger billionaire founder of Snapchat. For one thing, Kerr said, she and Spiegel, 26, had agreed to stay abstinent until their marriage, Kerr told the Times of London.
Perhaps to reflect this more traditional approach to dating and betrothal, Kerr decided to go for a very restrained, even virginal look for the gown she wore for their nuptials. Kerr’s Vogue interview offers up an exclusive look at the Haute Couture Dior gown she wore for the very intimate ceremony that took place before 45 or so guests in the garden of their Brentwood mansion.
Though Kerr has often been photographed wearing very little, she sought long sleeves and a high neck to wear while exchanging her vows, Vogue said.
“A dress that fully covers you creates a sense of purity and mystery,” Kerr explained.
Like many excited brides, Kerr began dreaming of the dress she’d wear for her big day shortly after she and Spiegel became engaged in July 2016. She added that “in this period of my life, my style is more pulled back.”
From the photos of Kerr’s satin dress, designed by Dior artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, it looks a bit like the wedding gown Julie Andrews wore as Maria Von Trapp in “The Sound of Music.”
But Kerr had another movie icon’s wedding gown in mind when she began working with Chiuri on the design: the famous long-sleeved, high-necked gown Grace Kelly donned when she married Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956. Kelly’s dress also reportedly was the inspiration for the dress Kate Middleton wore when she tied the knot with Prince William in 2011.
With its big, puffy skirt, appliquéd with lilies of the valley, Kerr’s dress definitely offered up a …
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