Jane Seymour Wears Gorgeous Custom-Made Hanbok at Son Kris’ Traditional Korean Wedding Ceremony

Jane Seymour Wears Gorgeous Custom-Made Hanbok at Son Kris’ Traditional Korean Wedding Ceremony

Jane Seymour paid tribute to her new daughter-in-law, Miso, in a candy method at her son Kris Keach’s wedding ceremony.

The Emmy Award-winning actress, 71, wore a standard Korean custom-made hanbok for her 26-year-old son’s nuptials in Seoul, South Korea, over the weekend.

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Seymour posed for a household photograph as she confirmed off the pink-and-blue ensemble on Instagram, writing, “Congratulations Kris and Miso! 🥰 What a stunning wedding ceremony and extremely special occasion.”

“⁣⁣Our household continues to develop with all of Miso’s fantastic kinfolk. 💕 So blissful to see Johnny and Kris carry out collectively as nicely! 😊,” the previous Bond lady added, referring to Kris’ twin brother, John Keach. The duo lined Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years,” and Seymour shared the video to her Instagram.

Seymour wore a mushy pink skirt beneath a small child blue jacket, which lined her arms. The jacket featured pink ribbons with a small corsage pinned to her chest. Miso’s dad and mom had the gadgets custom-made and gifted to Jane for the large day, based on Hey!.

The publication additionally reviews that Seymour wore the identical hanbok on the couple’s first wedding ceremony ceremony in Malibu of December final 12 months.

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“I have not worn conventional Korean garments since I used to be a younger lady,” Miso informed Hey! of the gesture following the preliminary ceremony. “Seeing everybody wearing hanbok [traditional dress] jogged my memory how lovely the custom and clothes are. It was actually enjoyable and we had a beautiful time.”

Wedding ceremony planner Estella Park shares in Brides that it is customary in Korean custom for the mom of the bride to put on heat tones like pink, purple or orange. Park additionally explains that the mom of the groom will usually put on cool tones together with blue, grey or inexperienced.

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Following Kris and Miso’s first ceremony, Seymour informed Hey!, “It was so transferring to see them trade their vows, particularly with the affect of each their cultures and within the presence of household that had traveled from Korea and London, some for the primary time ever.”

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Forward of Kris and Miso’s wedding ceremony weekend in Seoul, Seymour shared extra pictures of her in a black and purple hanbok, writing on Instagram, “Seoul has captured my coronary heart! 🥰 It is a beautifully-made, conventional Korean hanbok. What’s your favorite factor in regards to the hanbok?”

In a second publish together with her son Kris, she wrote, “Kris and I in our conventional Korean hanboks! 🥰 The element on these clothes is simply distinctive.”

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