Wedding Dresses of American “Royalty”
On December 28, 1941, days after America entered World War II, the world-famous teenage heiress married Hollywood hanger-on Pasquale di Cicco in Santa Barbara, California (Errol Flynn was an usher). Vanderbilt, whose fitted-and-draped satin-and-tulle gown had a 30-foot-long train, divorced him a few years later, just as she was coming into her $4.5 million inheritance.
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