The perks of getting married twice

The perks of getting married twice

Marriage has a lot of different faces. For some people getting married is a one time thing. They believe in the romantic thought that someday you’ll find Him – your one and only love with whom you’ll live happily ever after.

Then there are those people who seem to see marriage as a hobby. They get married, get divorced, maybe get drunk or not and marry again, get a divorce and so on. Just think of Demi Moore who has been married (and divorced) three times. J.Lo too can count for three weddings.

Some others believe that if they just renew their vows often enough their marriage will survive longer. Latest example: Heidi Klum and Seal. How often did they get married? I didn’t count it. In the end it didn’t help anything – they are passé too.

The last group of marriage would consist of those who do the hen do twice but to the same person. Just like Poppy Delevingne did this weekend.  For the first marriage in London she wore a beautiful Chanel couture for a traditional wedding in church. But one time didn’t seem to be enough so she married a second time. This time in Marrakech with famous guests just like Sienna Miller, Alexa Chung or Jessica Hart. For her second, more boho inspired wedding she wore a fabulous Emilio Pucci dress which has been created especially for this occasion. And let’s be honest: who wouldn’t wanna get married a second time if you could wear Chanel for the first and Pucci for the second wedding?! Who could decide between those two amazing gowns? I certainly couldn’t. So let’s just say it: Well done Poppy! Now that were two fashionable weddings!

See Poppy’s fabulous second wedding gown here:

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