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Fearne Cotton’s wedding dress included part of a dress owned by Diana Ross

EMILY PRESCOTT: What a gorgeous look: The dress by Fern Cotton, which she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood in 2014, included part of a dress owned by Diana Ross

Most brides bring “something borrowed” on their wedding day – but few manage to pinch Diana Ross.

Fearne Cotton revealed that the dress, made to order by Emilio Pucci, which she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood in 2014, included part of a dress owned by the Supremes star.

The piece of sequin fabric was suggested to her by stylist Maggie Cook, who had cut it from the bottom of Diana’s dress until she changed it a few years earlier.

When Fern chose the material, she was unaware of its story, but was delighted to find out.

Fearne Cotton has revealed that Emilio Pucci’s dress, which she wore to marry musician Jesse Wood in 2014, includes part of a dress owned by Supremes star Diana Ross.

The piece of sequin fabric was offered to Fearne by stylist Maggie Cook, who had cut it from the bottom of Diana's dress until she changed it a few years earlier. (Above Diana Ross on stage in 1982)

The piece of sequin fabric was offered to Fearne by stylist Maggie Cook, who had cut it from the bottom of Diana’s dress until she changed it a few years earlier. (Above Diana Ross on stage in 1982)

This is the most arrogant club in London, so Harlingham enjoyed the chance to ban Russian players from his tournament, which starts on June 21?

A source says their event is being used to warm up at Wimbledon, so if players can’t compete there, the Herlingham event is “irrelevant” to them. Charming!

This is the most arrogant club in London, so Harlingham has enjoyed the chance to ban Russian players from his upcoming tournament?

This is the most arrogant club in London, so Harlingham has enjoyed the chance to ban Russian players from his upcoming tournament?

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Fearne Cotton’s wedding dress included part of a dress owned by Diana Ross

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