A Spotlight On Easy Tactics For Wedding Rings

But, hey, a good night is a good night and when a dress has had its time, maybe its had its time. Madonna Madonna flogged the dress and veil she wore for her nupitals to actor Sean Penn (Photo: Rex Features) Twice-married Material Girl Madonna appears to have hung onto the custom-made wedding dress she wore for her 2000 wedding to Guy Ritchie, which ended eight years later. But has Madonna kept the dress she wore when she married Guy Ritchie? (Photo: Getty Images) But Madge, 58, flogged the stunning dress and veil she wore for her Malibu nupitals to actor Sean Penn, 56, in 1985 for a cool 51,000 three years ago. It would seem the style was still in Vogue. Millie Mackintosh Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green split after just three years of marriage (Photo: Getty Images) After splitting from her rapper husband Professor Green, 33, after just three years of marriage last year, Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh, 27, wanted to make sure her stunning 1,500 Grace Loves Lace floor-length gown got one last outing. Millie Mackintosh her dress to shreds and covered it with blood for Halloween (Photo: tillietiger/instagram) So on Halloween, she attacked the cursed garment with fake blood and ripped it apart to wear as ghoulish costume to themed bash. The pics were all over Instagram, naturally. Una Healy Una Healy, married to Ben Foden, isn’t planning on wearing her wedding dress again (Photo: Twitter) Saturdays singer Una Healy has kept her beautiful wedding dress for her four-year-old daughter Aoife Belle – in case she wants to wear it in the future, even if its just for the dressing up box. The 35-year-old tied the knot to England international rugby player Ben Foden, 31, in her native Co Tipperary in 2012 just a few months after adorable tot Aoife was born.

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