Maria Menounos got married for a second time to husband Keven Undergaro yesterday — and she chose a romantic dress for her nuptials in Greece.
For the couple’s Greek Orthodox ceremony, the 40-year-old stepped out in a lace-covered Celia Kritharioti gown. The traditional dress, made of silk organza with hand-painted flowers, was accompanied by a silk tulle veil that went all the way to the floor.
The TV journalist gave a peek at her shoes at the reception, lifting her long train as she played with her flower girls. Rather than opting for strappy sandals or close-toed stilettos, Menounos revealed what appeared to be sheepskin boots.
For the after-party, the former E! host ditched her dramatic white gown for a knee-length yellow dress with a sheer bodice and long sleeves. She completed her look with black and gold ankle-strap sandals and wore her hair in a braid with flowers interwoven in it.
After 20 years together, the couple married on New Year’s Eve in 2017 in an impromptu ceremony, officiated by Steve Harvey and broadcast on Fox. They wanted to trade the Times Square venue for Greece, where Menounos’ family hails from.
In a video posted to her Instagram account, the Emmy Award winner said she spent about a month planning the elaborate Greek wedding but that she always wanted to return to the Mediterranean country for her big day.
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