Alexandra Daddario was inspired by Meghan Markle for the wedding day

Alexandra Daddario attends the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Barker Hangar on February 27, 2022 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/WireImage)

Emmy-nominated actress Alexandra Daddario was inspired by Meghan Markle when she chose “something blue” for her wedding anniversary in late June. The star wed film producer Andrew Form in a thoroughly “Big Easy” ceremony in New Orleans and said “I do” at the legendary Preservation Hall.

When it came to accessorizing them Danielle Frankel Wedding dress, Daddario was influenced by her favorite royal.

“I’m obsessed with Meghan Markle,” Daddario said in a new interview with persons. “She wore an aquamarine ring which I believe is from Princess Diana’s collection. Mine was less fancy, but I had a large blue aquamarine ring modeled after Meghan Markle.”

Her silk wool dress by Danielle Frankel was hand embroidered with floral Chantilly lace appliqués along the bust and skirt. The White Lotus Star finished off her look with a cascading veil for the ceremony, wore her brunette tresses in a low, elegant chignon and kept her makeup fresh and natural. “I don’t like overthinking things, I like just following my instincts,” Daddario said the drain. “I think it was the third dress I tried on and I was like, ‘I love it!’ I think I tried on another one after that and they were all great, but I just knew this one.”

Daddario’s light blue sparkler can be seen in wedding photos on the hand holding her ivory lace parasol.

In fact, Markle, who comes from Princess Diana’s jewelry collection, was seen en route to her wedding reception, adorning the emerald-cut aquamarine ring and waving to onlookers from a convertible Jaguar E-Type with her husband Prince Harry.

Britain’s Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (R) and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex (L) leave Windsor Castle in Windsor May 19, 2018 in an E-Type Jaguar following their wedding to attend an evening reception at Frogmore House. (Photo by Steve Parsons / POOL / AFP)

Asprey’s iconic ring is an ode to her late mother-in-law and was made famous by the Princess of Wales at the Victor Chang Research Institute Dinner Dance in Sydney, Australiaand a private viewing at Christies Auction House in support of the Aids Crisis Trust and the Royal Marsden Hospital Cancer Fund.

Diana, Princess of Wales at Christie’s pre-auction party to mark the launch of the dress auction. She is wearing a dress by fashion designer Catherine Walker. (Photo by Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images)

Not the only blue ring passed down from Diana, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge now wears the 12-carat sapphire engagement ring once worn by the princess.

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