The ‘Kim Kardashian of China’ Just Had an Epic $30 Million Wedding

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A celebrity considered to be the “Kim Kardashian of China” reportedly threw an extravagant $30 million wedding ceremony — double the amount of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding in Florence, Italy, last year.

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The wedding, which took place in Shanghai, included a specially tailored Dior wedding dress, 10-foot tall wedding cake, and expensive party favors such as free cell phones.

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Angelababy, 26, is a Chinese actress, singer and model who began her career at the young age of 14.

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The natural beauty wed leading actor Huang Xiaoming and said her marriage vows in front of  2,000 guests at the Shanghai Exhibition Center last week.

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According to the Telegraph, the venue was adorned with thousands of roses, and the 10-foot cake, which took nearly a month to make, was in the shape of a carousel.

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Her Cinderella-like Dior wedding dress required five months of work and hundreds of feet of satin organza and tulle, according to Dior.

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In addition, her ring is a giant six-carat diamond rock from Chaumet that is believed to cost upwards of $1.5 million.

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The newly wed couple were legally married five months prior to their wedding ceremony in Shanghai.

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Angelababy and her husband traveled to Paris where they had a pre-wedding photoshoot.

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The actress wore a series of stunning Elie Saab couture gowns in the portraits that were displayed throughout the wedding venue.

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Images via XinhuaNet

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