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Maxime Meiland didn't dare to have a wedding dress made on a TV show |  stars

Maxime Meiland didn’t dare to have a wedding dress made on a TV show | stars

“No, I immediately thought, we’re not going to wear that wedding dress. I’m having a hard time with that, let alone my own wedding!” Meiland smiles. I thought a party dress for the evening was a safer idea, although there were some conditions as well. “The dress had to be comfortable anyway. And a bit of a spin, but also be short. I saw it on Pinterest, beautiful short wedding dresses. And so, the white, but not too solid, epitomizes the daughter of reality stars Martin and Erica.” “And he wasn’t allowed to be too naked, so no cleavage too deep, I don’t like that.”

The 26-year-old was so stunned by the results of the program, that a few designers started working for a famous Dutchman every week from Wednesday onwards, she said. “I thought, geez, they’re all so different! And they weren’t all too short, like I actually asked for. But there was one that stood out right away. And I can’t keep that to myself at that moment. It probably wasn’t very fun because of the tension of the show, but I was Really excited!”

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Known Net5 participants – as well as Meiland, Bridget Maasland, Heleen van Royen and Giovanca Ostiana – are allowed to bring someone with them to pass designs on. Maxim chose her whole family. “I brought my father, my mother, my sister, as well as my mother-in-law. “Yes, she has a taste, she knows what I like and what I don’t,” Maxim says of Leroy’s mother. “And if my father says: It looks terrible on you, I will not do it either.”

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The wedding, which took place a few weeks ago, was a hot topic in the showbiz media. So the castle was photographed and photographed from a distance by uninvited media. “We didn’t really like that,” Maxim recalls. “When Leroy proposed to me, we actually said, ‘Well, if the Chateau Meiland were to come to the wedding later, but other than that there’s no press. And then they’re there. I’m so bad at it. Our big day is a little special.”

The lead-up to the wedding of Maxime and her husband, Leroy Molkenboer, who were formerly Chateau Meiland photographers, can be watched on Monday in a new season of Chateau Meiland on SBS6. “This time, Leroy also narrates a lot more in the picture, which is so cute. You see us arguing about the wedding, going to dance lessons, tasting cake, and of course choosing a dress. What wedding date to see? I’m thinking somewhere at the end, so just a little patience.” !”