Jennifer Lawrence's wedding dress had its own hotel room - just how a Dior gown ought to be stored!

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Jennifer Lawrence at the premiere of 20th Century Fox's "Dark Phoenix". Photographed by Rich Fury
Jennifer Lawrence at the premiere of 20th Century Fox's "Dark Phoenix". Photographed by Rich Fury
Rich Fury

American actress Jennifer Lawrence recently tied the knot with Belcourt of Newport’s art dealer Cooke Maroney in Rhode Island. The wedding ceremony was kept a secret and had about 150 friends and family of the couple as guests.

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Although the wedding was a secret, a new detail has emerged. The wedding dress was designed by French fashion house Dior, which makes absolute sense as the Hunger Games star is currently the face of the brand’s perfume, Joy. The Dior team flew in the day before the wedding and used a private hotel room to keep the dress.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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