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All the Gorgeous Details of Vicki Belo's Michael Cinco Wedding Gown

The celebrity doctor was a blushing bride in her fairytale-worthy gown.
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Without a doubt, Vicki Belo had the time of her life at her recent wedding—held in Paris, with her long-time beau Hayden Kho, and where she wore four Michael Cinco gowns leading up to her big day.

The international Filipino designer flew all the way from Dubai to Manila for the fitting of the gowns, then to Paris for the wedding itself. Preview got an exclusive sneak peek as they prepared for the much-awaited destination wedding.




For the dermatologist to the stars, Cinco created an impeccably beaded gown, which was handmade by 11 seamstresses.

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According to Michael's post, "the blush wedding dress has a three-meter long train made of French lace and fully embroidered baroque pattern with transparent and rose opal Swarovski crystals."

Here are some more snippets of the happy couple:

Congratulations, Vicki & Hayden! #akHOandmyBELOved

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Congratulations to the newlyweds!

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