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Just a single day after the relationship between Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx was officially confirmed (which, duh, we've already known about for months, or ahem years...) and Holmes is already rocking a wedding dress — and she sure makes for one beautiful bride! But before you get too excited — we must admit that our hearts stopped beating for a second there! — Holmes isn't actually planning her wedding to Foxx just yet. So what's with these pics of Holmes in wedding day wear?
The photos of the actress were actually snapped on the set of the upcoming television miniseries The Kennedys: After Camelot, in which she plays former first Jackie Kennedy. And of course Holmes got to don a recreation of the style icon's 1968 Valentino wedding dress for the role! That lucky, lucky girl...
We've been studying Holmes' left ring finger since January when the actress was spotted with a stunning diamond sparkler on the red carpet. Her and Foxx have been a rumored couple since 2013 and we couldn't help but wonder was it an engagement ring? A wedding ring from another secret celebrity wedding ceremony? A bold fashion choice? We had to know! Honestly, we were hoping it was an engagement ring, because gosh darn it, we were aching to see Holmes in a wedding dress! (It's been far too long since her 2006 nuptials to Tom Cruise.) Well, it looks like we got our wish... Well, sort of. Although, Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, Claudia Jordan, confirmed Foxx and Holmes' relationship earlier this week, stating on a podcast, "He is very happy with her," this bridal frock was for a whole different kind of wedding.
For her role in the miniseries, Holmes wore Kennedy's chic little white dress from her 1968 wedding to her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, according to E! News. And not only does Holmes bare an uncanny resemblance to the real Jackie O., but the woman can definitely work a LWD! One look at that pleated skirt, lace embroidered long sleeves, and high neckline and it's no wonder that Kennedy has earned her place as a true iconic bride. Plus, it proves that when Holmes does eventually tie the knot with Foxx (we're waaaiting...), she could effortlessly pull off any basically bridal style.
But you never had any doubts about that, did you?