It was all intimate and secret at Miranda Kerr's wedding to businessman Evan Spiegel, the founder of Snapchat, until now. Although the model gave her the "Yes, I want" in May, no image of the event or the most important detail had been published yet: the dress.
Now Vogue magazine has finally published the first photos of the bride and even a video of the last test of the dress in which Kerr boasts her impressive Dior design, tailor-made for her by the creative director of the French firm, Maria Grazia Chiuri.
The couple married two months ago in the privacy of their own home, with about 45 guests and under a white tent that prevented the media from obtaining photos of the moment from helicopters or drones.
As confirmed by the magazine, the Australian model had practically thought about the dress for almost a year and was always inspired by the one worn by actress Grace Kelly at her wedding to Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956.
With no neckline, long sleeves topped with buttons and a long satin skirt covered in appliques that imitated flowers, Miranda Kerr accomplished her mission of looking like a real princess on her second wedding day.
"She wanted something like a fairy tale and she gave me this idea, to create a dress that was emotional and simple at the same time," the designer of the wedding dress told Vogue magazine.
As can be seen in the images captured by the renowned fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier, the groom also wore a suit of the same firm and, although there is no snapshot of it, the same publication has confirmed that even Miranda's son and his Former Orlando Bloom, Flynn, 6, dressed as Dior.