Jane Seymour in Korean costume inspires them all

Jane Seymour
Actress delights in Korean costume at her son’s wedding

Jane Seymour

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Jane Seymour’s son Kris is married. The actor has sworn eternal loyalty to his bride Miso. In addition to the beautiful setting of the wedding, it is above all the dress of the mother of the groom that causes a stir!

Kris Kreach, the son of US actress Jane Seymour, 70, said yes. The 26-year-old and his bride swore eternal loyalty to each other in the fantastically beautiful ambience of the actress’s garden in Malibu. In addition to the impressive setting, the classic robe of the bride, the mother of the groom was particularly impressed. In an extravagant robe!

Jane Seymour stands out in her robe

The photo, which shows “Hello” exclusively, shows the groom’s family together with the bride and groom. In addition to Miso, who wears a classically elegant wedding dress by the Korean label Marshall Bride, it is above all Jane Seymour who attracts attention. Because she also wears a traditional Korean costume, a so-called hanbok. The dress with a sweeping skirt part is held in a delicate rose color in the lower part, the upper part is light blue and has a bow application and a brooch.

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The actress explains the special meaning that goes with the outfit: “Miso’s family gave me the traditional dress with special wooden shoes and socks as well as the norigae, a carved hanging piece that is worn with it.”

Special tradition for a special day

In an interview with “Hello”, Miso enthuses that all women wore traditional Korean clothes on their big day. reminded me how beautiful the tradition and the clothes are. It was really fun and we had a wonderful time. ” While the women in the family wore hanbok, the men appeared in classic black suits.

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