Fearne Cotton's wedding dress featured part of Diana Ross gown

ハリーとメーガンがCovid情報をArchewellSpotifyページに配置する: なんて最高のルックス: Fearne Cotton’s custom-made dress she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood in 2014 featured part of a gown owned by Diana Ross

Most brides wear ‘something borrowedon their wedding day – but few get to pinch from Diana Ross.

Fearne Cotton has revealed that the custom-made Emilio Pucci dress she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood back in 2014 featured part of a gown owned by the Supremes star.

The sequined patch of fabric was offered to her by stylist Maggie Cooke, who had chopped it off the bottom of Diana’s dress while altering it a few years previously.

When Fearne chose the material, she was unaware of its history, but was delighted when she found out.

Fearne Cotton has revealed that the custom-made Emilio Pucci dress she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood back in 2014 featured part of a gown owned by Supremes star Diana Ross

Fearne Cotton has revealed that the custom-made Emilio Pucci dress she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood back in 2014 featured part of a gown owned by Supremes star Diana Ross

The sequined patch of fabric was offered to Fearne by stylist Maggie Cooke, who had chopped it off the bottom of Diana's dress while altering it a few years previously. (上, Diana Ross onstage in 1982)

The sequined patch of fabric was offered to Fearne by stylist Maggie Cooke, who had chopped it off the bottom of Diana’s dress while altering it a few years previously. (上, Diana Ross onstage in 1982)

It’s the snootiest club in London, so has The Hurlingham relished the chance to ban Russian players from its tournament that starts on June 21?

A source says their event is used as a Wimbledon warm-up, so if players are unable to compete there, the Hurlingham event is ‘irrelevant’ それはまだです. [object Window]!

It's the snootiest club in London, so has The Hurlingham relished the chance to ban Russian players from its tournament that starts soon?

It’s the snootiest club in London, so has The Hurlingham relished the chance to ban Russian players from its tournament that starts soon?