Okay, not really.
But according to today's JCKStyle, Elizabeth Hurley was adorned in elaborate and beautiful henna tattoos as part of her traditional Hindu wedding garb and ceremony last week in India. The rest of her get-up, however, was a bit more pricey and included,
"a diamond-encrusted sari worth $7,700, earrings worth $53,000, and a bracelet valued at $26,000. Nayar's jeweled coat and turban set the couple back $6,600. At least sensible Hurley didn't waste funds on fleeting pleasures: her henna hand tattoos cost just $5."
As we've previously discussed, I doubt they paid for any of the jewelry as it was likely gifted or loaned to them by Chopard or another entity. No news, however, what these jewels were or what jeweler created them. It strikes me as odd that Nayar would not take advantage of some of the wonderfully exotic and beautiful jewels crafted in his native country.
I'll wait and see until I can gander at some photos before passing judgment on this one. After all, she was wearing a sari and saris can be gorgeous. I'm dying to see what this one looked like. Would it kill her to wear some rubies and 22K for one day? I mean, you're in India after all.