Model Kendra Spears Married Prince Rahim Aga Khan In A Stunning Ivory Sari

How beautiful is her wedding sari? Kendra, who has modeled for designers like Diane von Furstenberg and Calvin Klein, married Prince Rahim Aga Khan (a member of the former Iranian royal dynasty) at Bellerive Castle in Geneva, Switzerland in a traditional Muslim wedding ceremony last weekend. (Fun fact: Naomi Campbell actually introduced the two and they were engaged for just four months.) Wedding saris are traditionally red or green but this one in ivory and gold — custom-made by Manav Gangwani, an Indian designer — is incredibly demure and beautiful.

Also take a look at their engagement photos from earlier this summer — very Kate Middleton if you ask me!

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  • 09/04/13 at 03:19

    Does he had bad teeth or something?! Why won’t he smile?!! But she definitely is stunning in her dress!!

  • 09/05/13 at 09:24

    That sari is elegance, personified. And must say, they make an outrageously good looking couple!

  • Hina
    09/05/13 at 03:53

    I’ve seen much prettier saris…this one is way too plain. And not a fan of the blue dress…it looks like she’s not wearing a bra. :-/

  • 09/09/13 at 12:24

    A lovely couple, I like the understated elegance of the sari, balanced with the European chic of the blue dress. Americans should understand that in many other cultures, a toothy smile is not the norm for photos, especially for men. These two look dashing!

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