- Alexandra Daddario got married in New Orleans in June.
- She wore an aquamarine ring as her “something blue.”
- Daddario told People the ring was inspired by Meghan Markle.
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Alexandra Daddario revealed Meghan Markle inspired part of her wedding ensemble in a new interview with People.
The “White Lotus” actress, 36, married producer Andrew Form, 53, in June in New Orleans.
Speaking to People, Daddario shared that her “something blue” for the wedding was actually inspired by the Duchess of Sussex.
“I’m obsessed with Meghan Markle,” Daddario told People, going on to say that she knew Markle wore a blue ring to her own wedding. “She wore an aquamarine ring I believe from Princess Diana’s collection.”
Meghan Markle wears an aquamarine ring, formerly Princess Diana’s, to her evening wedding reception.
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Indeed, Markle paired her Stella McCartney reception dress with an aquamarine ring that once belonged to Princess Diana when she and Prince Harry tied the knot in 2018.
Princess Diana was spotted wearing the ring on several occasions, including in 1997.
Princess Diana wearing the aquamarine ring.
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Daddario decided to pay homage to Markle, and Diana by extension, with a similar ring of her own on her wedding day.
“Mine was less fancy, but I had a large blue, aquamarine ring copying Meghan Markle,” Daddario told People of her wedding accessory.
Daddario paired the ring with a sheath-style Danielle Frankel gown.
The Scarlet gown blends modernity and romance, as the silk gown features hand-appliquéd lace flowers scattered throughout the gown, according to the Danielle Frankel website.
Daddario told People she knew quickly that the dress was right for her.
“I think it was the third dress I tried on, and I was like, ‘I love it!'” she told People. “I think I tried on one other after that, and they were all great, but this one I just knew. It felt like New Orleans, it felt comfortable, and it just was a really perfect fit.”