A black purse, a sugar daddy and a sweetheart who spent millions on her wedding were among the most expensive in history, according to a new book that reveals the rich and famous spent millions to impress and impress on their way to the big day.
The $7,000 diamond-studded necklace that was designed to be worn on the nuptials of a billionaire, who was also her wedding day gift, went for $11,200 in 2013.
That year, a $1,200 gold necklace was offered for sale on eBay.
It sold for $1.4 million in 2012.
The diamond ring, which was worn by actress Rose McGowan, is believed to be worth $3.7 million.
The $2,500 diamond-encrusted watch, the gold bracelet and the $1 million diamond ring that was given to actress Heather Graham have all sold for more than $1m.
The jewelry was also sold on eBay in 2015 for $7.8 million.
On her wedding night, actor Daniel Craig had an engagement ring that sold for a whopping $9 million.
And the bride-to-be’s diamond-embroidered wedding gown, the only one she had, sold for an additional $2.5 million.
The pricey weddings were a key part of the $6.2 billion wedding industry that also included weddings in the $500,000 to $1-million range and the annual “big day” of $20 million.
There was also a high-end wedding in 2011 that was attended by Hollywood royalty and included stars including Jennifer Lopez, Angelina Jolie, Kevin Spacey and James Franco.
The book, “The 10 Most Expensive Couples in History,” by the authors of “Wedding Party” and “Wives and Marriages,” says the most extravagant weddings were the ones for wealthy couples who were both in the same family.
The authors of the book say that some of the wealthiest couples, like the Clintons, and the Dukes and the Kennedys, and a couple from the late 20th century who went by the names Robert and Mary, were also known for having expensive weddings.
They included the $4.5-million wedding of Hollywood icon and actress Jane Fonda and her husband, director Robert Altman.
In the book, the authors say that the wealthiest people who have had weddings for money have been: